According to our friends at Merriam-Webster fallow means: usually cultivated land that is allowed to lie idle during the growing season On the kitchen counter is the batch of cinnamon rolls I baked this morning. I make cinnamon rolls once, maybe twice a year, enjoying both the process of making and the decadent delight of … Continue reading Fallow
First Sunday/Week of Advent 2022 into 2023 Welcome to the beginning of the Liturgical Year, reading cycle A, year 1. Sundays on the Go by Fr Albert Haase arrived just in time for the First Sunday of Advent. I finished Mysterion by Fr Harrison Ayer one Sunday afternoon just before the beginning of Mass and … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Happy Sunday friends. A very dear Priest friend often repeated, "God writes straight with crooked lines." Today's post is a little bit about that and a lot about repetition of the basics. Here in this beginning place is a link to the readings for the Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, and to Fr Mike Schmitz … Continue reading Stitch by Stitch, Word by word, prayer by prayer
I have a deep love of solid fabrics. Deep love. They are in artsy terms, the blank canvas of the quilting world and they pair well with my deep love of thread and creating imagery over the surface of said solid color. Black, blue and cream are the ones that made it to the bigger … Continue reading Cultivate
quilted on a Handi Quilter Avante, thanks Lori! Did you know that I can literally flip the script? I can write backwards. I can also write with my non-dominant hand. It's not pretty but I can do it I can sign my name if necessary, somehow the script is better than printing. Go figure. The … Continue reading Flip the Script
I'm currently working on editing a video interview. A couple of months ago I knew how to add a couple of features and now, because of lack of practice, I don't remember. Thankfully I have a friend who will help me so I'll be back up and running fairly quickly. This is a good reminder … Continue reading Asking for Help