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Prayer Flags

Prayer flags are part of the ancient Buddhist tradition. Traditionally, they are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. it is believed that “the words and symbols printed on the flags (the prayers) are spread throughout the universe as the flags flutter in the wind. Everyone who is touched by that wind is touched […]

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A little memory quilt

The youngest of my father’s sisters suffered from Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease for several years, during which time her husband was able to take care of her at home. Their three daughters live in other countries and came and went as much as possible, in an enormous effort to support their parents during those difficult […]

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Small town living

I am truly living my dream.

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A blessed time

Do you feel 2016 has been a tremendously chaotic and painful year for our world? It seems to me this last year has been charged with more hate, turmoil and sadness than in previous years.

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More house pics

Believe it or not, three months after having moved into my new house we are still finishing things. Hopefully that will all end by tomorrow, and I will finally be able to move on to other things. Like sewing, and all things Christmas!

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It’s about time!

Oh, yes… it’s been a long, long hiatus to be sure. Nearly a year now without blogging. The reason being: I’ve been building a house.

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Time with Lulu

One of the most important things that have happened to me this year has been the time given to me to enjoy with my sweet granddaughter, Alexia.

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Way too long… but I’ve been building!

You must think I’ve fallen off the deep end. And sometimes it has actually felt like that. Yep, it’s been six months since I last posted, and it’s time to catch up.

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Building in Ecuador

Yep. It’s certainly been a while since I last posted. The reason being that over the last few weeks building has been a very large part of my life.

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Time to brag: Opera iO

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You will recall that one of the sacrifices made after moving out of town was Thursday sewing with my sewing circle. Fortunately for me, a year ago precisely my niece Ana Lía decided to join me on those days, and I finally had someone to share sewing with again. We have had to suspend those […]

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Ready. Set. Sew!

Well, ok… not quite there yet, but I have (finally!) organized my new sewing space.

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Still stuck; something happy, something sad

A month after moving to my new place finds me pretty much the same: still kind of stuck.

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Sorting, packing, moving… AGAIN!

After nearly two years after leaving Quito and learning to live in a colder climate high in the mountains, I have managed to uproot myself again.

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    I am a self-learner. I taught myself to sew and to quilt. And I taught myself how to draw. I am learning how to dye my own fabrics and am dabbling with mixed media. I am a quilt designer and teacher, and design and publish my own line of quilt patterns. With this blog I would like to share the bits and pieces of my life.

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