Thursday, May 26, 2022

It's Been So Long


Spinal surgery is not an easy journey, and for some, like myself, it can be as traumatizing as fighting a war.  This is my story.


Thursday, June 24, 2021

Lots to Catch Up On ...


Let's just say there has been a lot going on in our family, and I am happy to share it with you.



Friday, April 03, 2020

An Unusual Need for our Nation

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Face masks have become so necessary, that I felt inclined to design my own, inspired by a number of designs I found online and in videos, adding my own techniques to the design to make it comfortable and protective, including adding a filter.  My masks are made and provided to those in need in consideration of a donation as affordable during these difficult times.  I am not looking to profit.  I am looking to produce, and continue to produce these masks until, God willing, there is no longer a need.  We can only hope.  In the meantime, I have had a number of requests for instructions on how to make my mask.  That is what I have posted here, including how to make the filter for the inside of the mask. 

I wish you life.  Stay safe.  Stay well.  Stay strong.  Stay home <3


Friday, February 28, 2020

Collage Seaspray Quilt


I've started making a new quilt!  Hope you will follow along!


Tuesday, December 24, 2019

A Merry Christmas from Our Home to Yours


Here we are bringing another year to a close, it all goes by so fast I'm afraid to blink anymore. But here we are, thinking about 2020 and what the year might bring - and how we can survive the inundation of political ads and debates over the next 11 months without losing our minds. I know! Be creative! Focus on the things that make us truly happy, enjoy our family and friends, laugh more, love and forgive always.


Thursday, December 12, 2019

What I'd Say


In a world that is wrought with hate, violence, cruelty, bullying, and worse ... Let's change this ... one person at a time.


Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Reading is Fundamental


Reading to our children will change their lives ... forever and for the better ...