Blogging has certainly opened up a whole new world for me, both as a student of nature and as a quilter/craftsperson. Each and every one of the bloggers that come for a visit add something special to my day. Some of you I've gotten to know over the last few years just from our comments back and forth! Many mornings, I can't wait to boot up my computer and visit my favorite blogs. I have learned so very much and met so many nice folks.
During the month of July, there were collectively 83 comments left on my posts. The random generator has selected commenter #71 as the winner of the set of 6 handcrafted Eagle cards. Congratulations to Walk2Write.
And thank you, everyone, for being a little part of my life.
I've been making quilts for well over thirty years now. Even before I actually started piecing, I was fascinated with quilt blocks, and would take books from the library and pour through them. From there, I started copying them into a sketch book and playing with color. I never dreamed I'd be where I am today!
"Each of us harbors a homeland, a landscape we naturally comprehend. By understanding the dependability of place, we can anchor ourselves as trees.
Terry Tempest Williams/An Unspoken Hunger