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I’ve designed a 6 1/2 inch block that resembles one of Hillary Clintons campaign buttons. I stitched 9 blocks together and added sashing. I gave this little memento of Hillary Clinton’s campaign to my daughter for her birthday. She’s a big … Continue reading
I’m happy to share my first quilt block design with you! I’ve done the math and tried it out a few times. So it’s ready to share and it’s free!. This is a 6 1/2 inch block. I’ve written cutting directions … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of reading Barbara Kingsolver’s latest novel “Flight Behavior”. It’s about a woman from a small town who is not sure about where life is taking her, but finally figures it out through a series of events … Continue reading
Willits Unified Scool District staff, parents, and students are encouraged to wear pink to show support for teachers who will be pink slipped due to drastic budget cuts this year and next. We’ll have fewer staff, fewer programs, and activities … Continue reading
Remember when I blogged about my husband’s step-brother, Craig Kujawa? He’s the one who was in charge of the inauguration parade and got to shake hands with the President when he stopped by their office. Here’s a short documentary called … Continue reading
Alex and I attended the inaugurational ball in Ukiah last night. Folks were dressed up to the nines for dinner, dancing, and recorded programing on a big screen of President Obama’s first day. We had fun.
Went to fancy inaugural ball, dinner and dancing. A day I’ll always remember.
“The hours have been long, but the new boss stopped by today, unannounced, to say thanks.” Craig Kujawa, my husband’s stepbrother, who is in charge of the inaugural parade on the 20th. Hey Craig, how about some tickets? U.S. … Continue reading