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LDQ #74 The End of an Era

In this episode, I gave brief updates on several things. Senior year field trips, and Renaissance Faire costumes. The end of one of my favourite podcasts, Books on the Nightstand. The end of Quilter’s Newsletter, and the unexpected connection to one of my other favourite things. I talked a lot, about nothing at all, but that’s kinda what you came for, right?

This is the black cactus quilt I mentioned as my husband’s favourite.

Twilt On!


  1. Tina Rose wrote:

    I’m with JP, I love that quilt! Although it’s sad, I think there are so many more awesome things in store for you that working in the shop would’ve prevented. I am so excited to see where your talents take you, my friend ๐Ÿ™‚

    Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 4:18 pm | Permalink
  2. Jaye wrote:

    I thought of you a lot when I heard about the flooding. I apologize for not writing and checking in then. I am glad that your house is ok. I am sorry about the town with which you have a connection.

    Be careful about self diagnosing with your hand and arm issues. I have had a lot of these and the doctors don’t even know the problem. If you mention carpal tunnel they will want to do surgery. Perhaps that is what you have, I don’t know. I stick to saying I have a chronic repetitive strain injury and that gets me into PT every few years. I am sure your pain will be reduced when you stop cutting fabric 12 hours a day. Be careful!

    You can definitely train your left hand. After a particularly painful 9 months, during which I moused with my left hand, I was much better at mousing. Now I switch regularly. It just takes time and practice. Think about how long you have been doing everything with your dominant hand.

    I heard that you can alleviate or calm down a panic attack by counting out of order. Something like 1,2,3,9,11,7 Apparently your brain can’t panic and count like that at the same time.

    Have a great day!

    Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 12:45 pm | Permalink