Category Archives: Personal Heritage

from me to myself

I bought myself roses today. I am SO worth it. Continue reading

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One dead, two wounded in East Oakland shooting…

And I witnessed the crime scene seconds after the automatic gunfire stopped. I was knitting the sleeves of a sweater when the slaying went down. Continue reading

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flowers in my life again

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signed, sealed, submitted & feeling smart

A quilt is both a 3-dimensional and a 2-dimensional space. It unifies the visual waves of painting with the embodied elements of sculpture. Continue reading

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home sweet home

I love this quiet morning ~ this centered moment of waking up early and enjoying the simplicity and solitude of my apartment and my single life. Continue reading

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surprise vacation

I’ve been secretly on vacation since last Tuesday. Saturday was my father’s 70th birthday, but since he reads my blog I couldn’t mention it. Continue reading

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Portland was fun!

I don’t know how bloggers post when they are on vacation. I’m home now and here is a rundown of my Portland adventure. Continue reading

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A day of guilt free knitting!

I’m volunteering to work at my local yarn shop while the owner is recovering from surgery. Our knits and purls are like prayers. Continue reading

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It’s Summertime!

I’ve discovered Instagram and I love using it to take pictures of my daily life activities.

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Transit of Venus Cherry Pie

Pie, romance, and a once in a lifetime astronomical event – what could be better! Continue reading

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DIY Romantic Canopy Made with Vintage Sheets

Looking for something to do with your vintage sheet collection. Make your own romantic canopy bed. It’s easy! Patchwork in three dimensions. Continue reading

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Death Valley Walkabout ~ Wash at Emigrant Camp

I chanted the psalms, I chanted the scripture, I prayed every morning to the Desert, and blessed everyone I met. Continue reading

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Death Valley Walkabout ~ Ubehebe Crater

Death Valley is the living image of God’s presence in absence. Continue reading

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Studio Tools ~ a woven band of multicolored threads

This woven band of multicolor threads is my favorite studio supply. It’s perfect for appliqué. It also reminds me of a poem by Rilke. Continue reading

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Mend It Better Winners All

Thanks to all who entered the Mend It Better Giveaway with your AWESOME advise on How To Mend A Broken Heart. Continue reading

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Death Valley Defiance

Full of anger, sadness, shame and fear I climbed the canyon wall while kicking the ass of every last memory from the failed relationship. Continue reading

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Celebrating My Birthday

Each of these women are amazing in their own unique way – here they were – four volumes of wisdom caring for me, feeding me, celebrating me. Continue reading

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Reflections, Mirages

I’ve heard that when you view the Milky Way with binoculars, the milky part will distinguish itself into stars. Continue reading

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LilyLilyLily

These lilies burst open like stars sending me into a trance. Continue reading

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A New Year’s Day Traditional Southern Meal

Serve up a plate full of New Year’s Day blessings. Black-eyed peas for good luck, collards for money, stewed tomatoes, corn bread and more.

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