Absolutely delightful, Bill, and incredibly well done! You are a gifted man and it's a delight to have you share so many different talents in our online community!
Bill, Enjoy your blog as always. Hoping you see this in the next couple of hours. I have hit upon an online auction in my area (but they will ship for a fee). There are several quilts, though not your style (at least that you have let know publicly). Anyway what you maybe interested in is the huge amount of needlpoint that is in this auction.Beautiful pieces, pillows, wall art framed, many, many pieces. So many pillows that they are grouped in themes. These are so colorful and detailed and the discription says they are new and never used. I would have loved to have met and talked to the person that created all of this handwork. Amazing. Anyway I know you are passionate about your Mother's needlepoint pillows and may want to see this auction. If you know anyone who has a passion for Hummel figurines...wait until you see what else is in the auction.www.ebth.com / select the western hill ohio auction ending today.(I tried to find an email to send you one but couldn't or overlooked it)Rondi Leslie
I could not find a link to email you so I hope you do not mind a little note here... Love your work! I have seen where you mention Andrea Balosky in your blog. She helped teach me to quilt when I lived in Camp Sherman many years ago. I lost track of her when she moved to India. I am hoping that you have an address where I can write to her. Please respond to me personal email address of email@example.com......... Thank you!
Love the cartoon! I always find kitty prints on the stove after making bacon. At least they wait until I'm out of the room. Unlike one we used to have who would jump on the counter right beside me and swipe the liver! Good kitty, I wasn't fond of it anyway!