Tag Archives: Quilting

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I went to a quilt show last Friday with several friends. Attending a quilt show is like going to an art museum. Some of the pieces call out to you and some are gorgeous but not meant for you because … Continue reading

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2018

Wishes for you? You bet. I wish you health and happiness in that order because you can’t have the second without the first. ❤️ Resolutions – do you make them? I normally do a little soul searching about how or what … Continue reading

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Cornucopia of things

I have to admit I go through a funk when the gardening season is over. I miss being outdoors every day,  hands in the soil, and seeing bright colors. Next week is the annual poinsettia open house at the UNH … Continue reading

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Busy October

I’ve been digging, deadheading, mowing, and raking. I’m moving my to-do list along. Are you raking leaves yet? If you live in New England and have maple trees, Ship Foliage in Massachusetts is willing to pay $1 for each perfect red, yellow, and orange … Continue reading

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Autumn

Yes, they keep talking about autumn, but when the temperatures are in the mid 80’s and the humidity is 80%+ I’m not so sure. We live in what they loosely refer to as the seacoast although I guarantee you there … Continue reading

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Life

I’ve been off my game this week because life got in my way. I hate it when that happens. It has been a week of medical visits and complications from an eye surgery that didn’t go wrong but didn’t go … Continue reading

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How goes it?

July has arrived in New England with some really nice summer temperatures. The tomato plants are huge, there are several small tomatoes set on, the spring lettuce is almost done, the raspberries are just starting, and the lavender and hosta … Continue reading

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