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Be Aware 1.Did you notice the tired motherwith two tired little onesat the check-out in front of you today? Instead of sighing out loudabout her slowness at unloading her groceries,why not send her some calming, positive energyand the ability to … Continue reading
The most valuable gift I can think ofis the gold of a sunset we shareor the sound of a streamsinging love songs,and soft breezes touching our hair,or a walk through the darkness togethernot speaking but feeling you there. A gentle … Continue reading
The human mind always makes progress, but it is a progress in spirals. ~Madame de Staël French novelist 1766-1817
The indispensable first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: decide what you want. ~Ben Stein
Like honesty, compassion may be expressed through verbal means but its basic form of communication is silence. ~ Clark E. Moustakas
I love the choice of a solid colour between the quilt squares. A few more little touches and it’s finished.
Eldest daughter is working on this Dresden Plate lap quilt for her grandma’s 100th birthday in May. Still trying to choose the colours between the squares. It’s going to look beautiful when it’s finished and mom will love it.
Staying home and being safe has been the perfect chance to work non-stop on my family binders project and that’s exactly what I’ve been doing. From printing family trees to pasting in historical pictures, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying this process … Continue reading
Living by creating and sharing beauty is a wonderful way to live. See her art on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GlassMoonTreasures?ref=nla_listing_details
Why am I doing this, all these binders, too much information. I started researching my family tree, then trying to fit pieces of my personal puzzle together from the years I’d lost when I was ill. It became a habit, … Continue reading
I remember typing on an old Remington portable typewriter many, many moons ago. I still have an old Underwood sitting on my studio cupboard. It reminds me of my dad who repaired and cleaned typewriters to put himself through college.