My embellisher may be somewhere in Tennessee. (Say Hello to Jane Ann, little embellisher!) Melanie at the Sewing Center promises it will be here tomorrow. No time for it tomorrow.
Aunt Mary always said that when she could no longer play at the church on Sunday, she might as well die. She retired from playing, had a wonderful service honoring her and a lovely reception afterwards, was in the hospital within a week, then to a nursing home, then to the hospice in El Dorado. A total of 5 weeks. The funeral is tomorrow. I worked through my grief last week, but seeing that generation go is so difficult. She touched the lives of so many people, however; so many piano students, so many choirs-both school and church, so many students during her 40 years teaching music in Bienville Parish... and every one in a positive way.
The funeral will be tomorrow and will be almost all music. That is quite appropriate.
Amelia's Baby Shower is Saturday. Erin and her family will be back in town. Things are moving along on the camp at Raft Bayou.
"To every thing there is a season, a time for every purpose under the sun..."
I love Olivia! The books are wonderful and now how about this cool fabric?
The Uncommon Quilter - Jeanne Williamson - very cool