Welcome to My New Blog. Come Read About Quilting, Childhood Memories and Short Stories

  • Larry and Gina, the Stackables

    November 4, 2019 by

    Larry, the washer, or more commonly known as ‘L’, had just arrived from the LG factory in Tennessee. He had heard from the other ‘L’s’ of how beautiful it was in the Wenatchee Valley. The workers moved him off the truck and he could feel the packing being removed. With a gentle tug of the… Read more

  • The Quilt

    November 3, 2019 by

    Fabric is fabric ’til cut into pieces, Cheerfully sewn for beloved nieces. The quilts are chosen to give them cheer, On cold winter nights when the snow is here. Time will come when babies are born, And the quilt that was made will keep them warm. It builds a fort or covers a bed, Keeping… Read more

  • Sammy

    October 26, 2019 by

    Nancy was so upset she couldn’t sit still. As she paced back and forth, she would glance out of the window. When the phone rang, she jumped to answered it. Hesitantly she asked, “Dan, did you find him?” Nancy could hear the long, drawn-out sigh. “Nancy, I have looked everywhere. I’ve been through the neighborhood… Read more

  • Dreams Do Come True

    October 23, 2019 by

    Ever since I can remember, football has been my best-loved sport. The comradery of being with family and friends while watching our favorite team play is priceless. Growing up, my parents, two sisters and I lived adjacent to the southend of Eastmont High School football field. My sisters were nine and ten years older than… Read more

  • Life and Quilts

    October 23, 2019 by

    Warm, handmade quilts gracing our beds have always been a part of my early childhood memories. I have recollections of grandma sitting at her sewing machine, laboring long into the night as she sewed pieces of fabric together. Those memories helped form me into the person I am today. It wasn’t until I was in… Read more

  • The Cream was too Thick

    October 22, 2019 by

    Uncle Harold meowed and sat down beside his nephew. Tuna had just become an adult cat. He was handsome, lean and fast. His fur had an especially brilliant sheen and as Uncle Harold gazed at him, he remembered being in his prime too. Uncle Harold trained with the best and went to international cat shows.… Read more

  • My First Blog Post

    October 19, 2019 by

    Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Enjoy my new blog. I’m just getting it going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

  • A Pig Named Wowlaga

    November 9, 2019 by

    I once knew a pig named Wowlaga. He lived on a farm in Mowlaga. His feet were size ten, wouldn’t fit in the pen So he went to live with a duck. I once knew a pig named Wowlaga. He lived with a duck named Howlaga Their feet were the same size, hence they said… Read more

  • Everyone Has a Nose

    November 8, 2019 by

    Everyone has a nose. They like to grow on your face. They are all good, I suppose Especially to fill up that space. There are big ones and small ones Maybe warts and hairs. Long ones and short ones but who really cares? The fact of the matter is they all have a job To… Read more

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