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What happened to quilting?

Yesterday I received an email from a long, long-time friend and faithful blog-reader, asking what ever happened to all that quilting I was planning to do.  :)  A reasonable question, actually–thanks, Jeanie Beanie– and the answer is: I’m still planning to quilt.  The creation I have in mind has a LOT of pieces, and even with my handy-dandy Accuquilt machine, it takes time to cut out enough of them to lay out the design.  Hobby-wise, it’s been all rocks, all the time around here, it’s true, though I still make a lot of artist trading cards in my free time,

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What a week!

The start of a new book is always challenging, and “The Marriage Pact” is no exception.  I got way into Chapter 2 and didn’t like the all around feel of it–so I deleted that and started over.  :)  You know me and Starting Over.  The thing is, if the first part of the book isn’t right, the rest of it won’t be, either.  Next week, I hope, things will begin to flow more smoothly.

I got up at 4, as usual, listened to the Daily Audio Bible–I just love Brian Hardin’s voice, his commentaries on the day’s passages, and especially his

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.

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