Friday, October 31, 2008


Quilts from left to right...
The squares for the 4 on the left were done by mom's mom in the 50s to early 60s. She died before she got them quilted. Friends or family have finished them for me throught the years. The one in the middle with the snowman was done by tracing and coloring the pictures from a farm coloring book, then ironed over with wax paper. I believe there are still 2 quilts that Mamaw Medearis started that need to be quilted. The burgandy lap quilt was done by either dad's mom or her sister Aunt Chee. And I won the one on the right in dad's family reunion drawing this summer. My goal is to wear them out while I'm alive to enjoy them!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

My Friend, Titus!

Catch up on "The Life of Titus" under my favorites.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

The Quilt

This is a well-worn
quilt that was made by
my grandmother.
My aunts said most of the
fabric was from
old dresses of grandma's.
Some was from bright colored
feed sacks.
I feel so blessed that
my name was drawn at
our summer family reunion
to receive this treasure.

Grand kiddos!

Coming up:
Choir Jam Session for Christmas Music
Ladies Small Group
Grayson County Jail Bible Study
5K Walk - Race for the Cure for Breast Cancer
Seed Sowers Prison Ministry Meetings
Camping Get-Away for Tom and Me