Showing posts with label life. Show all posts
Showing posts with label life. Show all posts

Monday, April 22, 2019

Life ...

Delta, the cheery UPS delivery girl.

Teryn, making another art quilt.

Rusty, with blocks for his quilt.

Folding paper airplanes.

Ashton getting help from Grampa.


Guests, James and his mother Gertie Beachy.

Tina, making another art quilt.

Blocking these quilts again in preparation for the "Mississippi Quiltings" exhibit at The Max in Meridian.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Summer Life

Life ...
Did I mention that I got a ...

... helicopter ride this summer?

It was so neat to be sitting there and then gently lifting up, up, up and away!

 I don't know the name of these beautiful flowers ...

... in my friend's yard.

Teryn helped me make his cake for his 4th birthday.

Occasionally the farm boys need me to take them to the field.

... as a Quilter
I exhibited at a gift shop in Columbus for their annual ArtWalk.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Life, Zinnias, a Wedding, and Ducks

Life ...
I think these are baby wrens nestled down in the Bohemian Jew right outside our front door.

These zinnias are so pretty in Amy's back yard.

Congratulations and Best Wishes! Stan and Carla are now Mr. and Mrs.

I hope you don't tire of seeing our ducks. I don't!

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Life, Ashton's Art Quilt, and Daddy's Ties II

We have enjoyed our ducks quite a bit. They have gradually gotten used to the pond but are still afraid of people.

Kirby, Stacy, and Teryn drive motorcycles like acrobats.

... as a Quilter
Ashton finally finished his art quilt. He calls it "Going to the Car Show."


Folding and fusing the binding to the quilt.

Here he is stitching the fused binding down.

I'm liking how "Daddy's Ties II" for Mr. PeaPicker is turning out.

Thursday, June 08, 2017


Life ...
Paul just happened to be at the right spot when I asked to get a picture of Justin and Rachel, the new bride and groom.

Maybe Quinten can help get the radio controlled plane going.

Home ... sweet home!

We have 4 Pekin and 4 Mallard ducks that we enjoy.

... as a Quilter
I've finally finished a quilt for Josiah Paul.

He was right pleased to be able to take it home.

I'm starting another quilt for "PeaPicker" using the scraps of his daddy's ties. It's taking a little longer as I need to do more piecing and trying to make the best use of the scraps.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Our Busy Life

Georgi is in first grade and is sharpening her reading skills. I take it from her smile that she comprehends what she is reading. She didn't know I was taking this picture.

Recent visitors in our home were our neighbors, Nathan & Amanda Cronkleton and family.

Kirby had his 9th birthday.

He did a great job serving his own cake.

The Mustard Seed Handbell Choir gave a delightful program for the MQA attendees at a recent meeting.

We are getting a new roof put on the house.

Tim demonstrates how his handy gadget bends the metal just right.

This machine cuts the metal for length, creases or folds it just right, and makes holes in it for the screws.

We are glad to have Magnum Metals close by to do the work for us.

Here the slat comes from the machine ready to be put on the roof.

We were blessed to have my cousin Kathy and Steve Rhodes stop in for a short visit.

Some people think that Kathy and I resemble each other.

Amy and Ashton

Lee Hilty with his dog Bernie. I really like Bernie's disposition.

David Jenkins is one of our landlords. He enjoys coming for pizza when he is around.

Quinten & Evie and family.

Joel & Sheila and family.
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