New Quilters, Quilting

Work In Progress

When I was in high school, we read the book Lord of the Flies by William Golding. It’s one of those books that’s a classic for good reason. It sticks with you. One of the major themes of the book is the nature of man: good or evil? I remember my high school English teacher… Continue reading Work In Progress

job interview tips, live and learn, New Quilters, Newbie Quilters, perfect question, quilt sizing, Quilting, re-sizing a quilt, work advice, You're My Star Quilt

Live and Learn

Although the conference room was large, seating forty-five in a pinch, the air was stuffy. The ninth-floor windows were non-functional, so no hope of a breeze was to be found there, although my eyes seemed to think so by the way they kept drifting that way. Perhaps I was just following the sun, like a… Continue reading Live and Learn

bed magic, family, funny, home, humor, New Quilters, Newbie Quilters, Quilting

Magical Bed Making

Are you feeling a bit out of control? Stressed? Overwhelmed? If so, I have a super-fast, no-fail solution for you. Make your bed. Seriously. You will instantly feel more in control of your life. You will feel powerful, confident, organized. Dare I say? Grown-up. All from making the bed. Don’t believe me? That’s okay, I… Continue reading Magical Bed Making

Better Beginnings Quilt, funny, happy day, humor, New Quilters, Newbie Quilters, Quilting, robot, Stories, writing

The Robot Needs to Die

My daughters and I like to make up stories. We always have, since they were toddlers. Now they (twins) are fifteen. We’ve slowed down on the storytelling, but not stopped. The other day, I was making up a story for my daughter Grace. The story was set in the future, year 3047. The characters were… Continue reading The Robot Needs to Die