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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Let's check in with Venice and his women!!

Venice is well loved by all his 'women' and he sure adores them too!!

Monday, January 29, 2007

Beautiful Rainbow!

I think this is one of the prettiest pictures I've ever seen of a rainbow!

Thursday, January 18, 2007

More Show & Tell from Quilt Guild

The first wallhanging is Lake Winnepausaki in N.H. that she made for her son-in-law. Very different. The one on the right is different and very bright. The bottom one is called snippets, and it's of a winter scene with a snowman. Very pretty, all of them.

Monday, January 15, 2007

Fun in Tennessee!

We had breakfast at Cracker Barrel with John and the three kids. We all had a good time. We laughed and joked and John showed us plans for the new house that they hope to get. They seem to be doing quite well for all that they have gone through. I can't imagine losing everything except what you have on your back. The kids are ready to have fun and laugh and joke around, so I think they are going to weather all this well. I think everyone's prayers and well wishes helped!

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Chattangooa, Tennessee!

I visited Ed and Suzanne at their new home in Chattanooga. It's lovely. It's a nice open floor plan. I got to stay in the 'blue bedroom', as the grandchildren call it, with the quilt that I made for them as a wedding present! The livingroom has a leather couch and a loveseat. They look sort of red in this picture, but are really brown. I got a picture of them standing in front of their house on a sunny day. The kitchen is very open with lots of cabinets!

Monday, January 08, 2007

More Quilts from Quilt Guild!

There is so much talent in our group! Everyone just loves show and tell.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Quilt Guild, January, 2007

We had our first quilt guild meeting for 2007 on Thursday. As usual, beautiful quilts were shown for show and tell. Aileen did a minature quilt made from silk ties. Terry did a multicolored one and is donating it to quilt bank. These are given out on a need basis. Peggy, proudly showed a quilt that her 6 year old granddaughter made and gave to her. She did all the sewing herself and Peggy did the cutting out of the squares. Nice job everyone. I'm also now the secretary as well as the photographer at the quilt guild. It'll be a busy year.