Do any of you readers live in the Marietta/Atlanta, GA area? If so, some of the quilts from our book Civil War Remembered are on display at Little Quilts and you may want to stop by to see them in person. For me personally, I would love to visit Little Quilts – get a little “retail therapy” as Connie says and just see what’s new in the quilt world. I’m sure Mary Ellen has it on hand.
And here is a sad sight at a local thrift store – our tall snowman quilt for sale. It’s seen its better days but it always startles me to see a rabbit doll in an antique store or a wall quilt of ours in a second hand store. I’m showing my age, I know.
And here are some of my “finds” from a recent junking day with Claudia.
The tin “lunchbox” with the wooden knob on top was purchased to hold Susannah’s ashes. Maggie’s ashes fit in it also and now they are residing together on a shelf in my living room. Some days I’m still shocked when I go to the barn and Susannah’s isn’t there.
It’s a “beautiful day in the neighborhood” and I’m heading outside to do some yardwork.