Archive for the 'Family' Category



Got My Hands Full

Published on February 2, 2010

January has ended and February has begun and I know that many of you are anxious to hear about the status of An Old Fashioned Christmas quilt pattern.
 I’ve been steadily working on the pattern drawings—too steadily it seems, because I have had some trouble with my eyes and I had to slow down. After a [...]


Doll Quilts for Christmas

Published on December 27, 2009

 
 I promised a few weeks ago to show you pictures of the doll quilts I made for our daughter’s children. The three older girls have American Girls dolls. For Christmas they received a bunk bed with a trundle underneath for their dolls to sleep in. At my daughter’s suggestion I made quilts for each of their [...]


The Grand Canyon

Published on June 18, 2009

 
We took a vacation last week and visited The Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
About sixty miles south of the South Rim is a little town of Williams. There is a vintage train there that daily makes the journey–very slowly–to the South Rim. We were among the passengers last Thursday.
The [...]


Progress Report

Published on June 8, 2009

How time flies! Spring has passed and we are quickly heading into Summer. In our yard, the weeds are knee-high and still growing! Maybe we need some sheep to trim them back….
I have been thinking lately about time and how things have changed so much in such a seemingly short time. Today’s post is about [...]