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More looking back at 2018

Yesterday was so much fun I thought I'd add more "looking back" for 2018 January February March April May June July August Sept October November - what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas December Until Next Year Be Kind

Memory Ornaments

Leslee made these ornaments that hung on our tree at KAQ...using scraps from the shop, she stuffed these little plastic ornaments with bright colored bits of fabric love. You can pick up the ornaments from Michaels , Jo-Ann's  or the Dollar Tree . As you cut your fabric in 2019 and make quilts, runners or any quilty project, save slivers and place in one of the ornaments, and you'll have a memory ornament to give along with the gift. Because I'll be doing so much with wool in the coming year, I'll be making a few ornaments with wool bits. Can you think of anything else you can add to them to capture the memory of the craft you do? Until Next Time Be Kind

A Year in Pictures

January February March April - 1st Baseball game of the season May - Mom and her sister June - Quilters Cruise July - Washington Nationals Game August - Readers' Choice Winner September October November December Until Next Time Be Kind

Rain, Rain...Go Away

There is a line in the movie, Men in Black II... You aren't sad because it rains, it rains because you are sad Well, I'm gonna tell ya...I'm sad because of the rain. We've had so much rain that the moss is growing moss. Our yard is a hot mess, can't keep up on cleaning the pawprints off the floor and everything just feels soggy. All this rain makes me want to jump on a ship and head south... What do you like to do on a rainy day?? One of my favorite rainy day things to do, nap, but today I'll be working with Leslee as we continue with counting fabric and updating inventory...don't you want to come and help us out?? Until Next Time Be Kind

Post Holiday Update

It's been 6 days since my last post, and that is for a good reason. I closed my laptop and spent time with family and good friends, and to me, that was more important than keeping up with the blog challenge. I kept the phone face down so not a lot of pictures, but I did manage to snap a few and share a few of those that did get some. Christmas Cookies by Angie's sister Christmas Eve dinner table Me & Mom Chris & Shiona, Isaac, Hailee, Kaehlia Angie, sister from an another mother  We did Christmas Eve with my nephew and his family at my SIL's house, she was in Florida with her sister. This was the first anniversary of my brother's death, Angie hosted our Christmas Eve dinner and games, and it was a fun time spent with family. While we were sad at missing my brother his friends did something that was perfect... They brought the cut out of him in his top hat and tux to his house Christmas afternoon and toasted him, they cou