Thursday, September 13, 2007

Thursday the Thirteenth

I'm applying the binding to the cone flowers. Yesterday, I removed the little bit of hand quilting and took to the machine. Yesterday was a full day, and I accomplished a lot: errands (several); tai chi in the park and visiting with friends; purchase of a new purse, a pair of brown slacks, and several new tops; quilted the cone flowers; went to visitation at funeral home with Marty and Robin; went out to dinner with Fee...when he finally got home.

My new purse is just the right size.
Today is my cousin's funeral. He was such a nice person, and in my memories, he is always about sixteen with a sweet, goofy grin. A handsome boy, there was always a bit of vulnerability and a bunch of fun about Ronnie...


  1. That purse does look really perfect. You were very productive! Condolences for the loss of your cousin. I have a relative who is frozen in my mind almost exactly the way you described Ronnie.

  2. Wow! It felt like a visit from an old friend when I got your comment on my blog! I'll have to start reading your blog again regularly to catch up.

    Condolences and prayers for you and your family.

  3. Acey - I love my new purse. It is "just right." And thanks, Ronnie was a good person.

    Diva - :) The online quilting community has gotten bigger and bigger, hasn't it? Thanks for the prayers.


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