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Quilts, mittens, and tapenade

I drew open the curtains this morning to see a slight frost had nipped the rooftop.  I breathed it in.  I thanked God for the day. I had no pain. “Good- morning, Stacey.”  greeted Kevin with the coffee he made … Continue reading

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Where to put the Christmas tree?

“Mom, we always have the tree in the front room.  I like it because we can listen to Christmas music and I spend a lot of time in there just looking at the tree. I like looking at the tree … Continue reading

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The Quilt that Changed the Game

There is really nothing much left to the imagination now.  I’ve seen it – I’ve read it – I’ve processed it.   Yesterday – I received a copy of the doctor’s report:  Stage IV cancer.  So, what does that change? … Continue reading

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Dear Mom: I could use a little advice.

Dear Mom: It has been such a long time since we have talked and there is so much to tell you.  I really don’t know where to begin. It will be four years since you passed away this November 12. … Continue reading

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The Brown Bag Quilt

“With this quilt, may you find peace and comfort.  More importantly, know it was made with the love of our friendship.” This was the label that was sew into the back of the “brown bag quilt” given to me by … Continue reading

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