Monday, February 22, 2010

Monday Promises..... to fellow quilters ~

Measure success by how much health, peace, and joy I have.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Happy Friday.... I have a little bit of frustration since I've not found my Sony SPIFFY RED Camera.   So I've taken a few shots on my Blackberry Curve 8330.

I'm still luving my Princess.... my first vision of of tart green flying geese intermingled as rows between this fabric.....

The fabric link is here http://springscreative.com/news/page/princess-tiana/

I'm Looking for
the inspiration of my upcoming JAZZ QUILT
May-June of this yr!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Winning Wednesday!! on orphan trains from finn

Do any of you.... (even have the luxurious time at work...!!! ???) to blindly browse blogs?  I do.  Why Lord..? have you given me such a time lapse in the workplace!  

I also use a google reader as MY ORGANIZER to zip thru 10 or more favorite sites.   TODAY"S FIND is
Ridin the Orphan Train.....http://orphantrainsfromfinn.blogspot

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Contemplating Tuesday Quilt Notes

You can't always change things.  Sometimes you don't have no control over the way things go.  Hail ruins the crops or fire burns you out.  And then you're just given so much to work with in a life and you have to do the best you can with what you got.  That's what piecing is. 

The materials is passed on to you or is all you can afford to buy . . . that's just what's give to you.  Your fate.  But the way you put them together is your business. 

1 page 37 Erica Wilson's QUILTS OF AMERICA  oxmoor House, Inc. Birmingham, 1979


This picture is from an obituary from a Norman, Oklahoma church girlfriend, her mother passed a few years ago......

Monday, February 1, 2010

Beverly's got a brand new

BAG !

This is my town ~ ~ ~ snow and ice, but SAFE!


A storm rolling out of the Four Corners region with snow, ice and rain is set to disrupt lives and travel from the southern Plains to the mid-South and the mid-Atlantic over the balance of the week. Enough snow or ice will fall along the Interstate 40 corridor that part of the major cross-country highway may shut down

The area from Amarillo to Oklahoma City will be the first to be hard-hit by the winter storm today. The next stops for the eastward-moving storm include Little Rock, Cape Girardeau, Memphis and Nashville by Friday.

Before the snow winds down on Friday, a foot of snow could be on the ground in Amarillo, Tulsa and Springfield, Mo. An inch of ice could accrue on trees and power lines in or near Oklahoma City.  For much of the southern Plains, the snow will follow a period of rain, sleet and freezing rain.

The combination of the snow, ice and in some cases plunging temperatures following the rain will make untreated roads and sidewalks extremely treacherous.  Where the freezing rain persists for an extended period of time, downed trees and utility lines will result in lengthy power outages. Winds gusting between 30 and 40 mph will add to this problem.The winds will also blow and drift the heavy snow around, further making travel hazardous

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