It seems like an unusual tourist activty and one I didn’t see in my future. But here I am going around Scotland collecting
My grandfather, Bowyer Bradford, left England in 1903 for a better life in Canada. He wrote back to his older sister, Lizzie for decades. Sadly the letters are gone but they kept alive a connect with his family in the “old country”. During the
The job is pure and simple drudgery; worse than toilets. The unseeable dusty job that falls on my
I keep telling myself I’ll take just one more but somehow it’s too easy to keep going. So now, despite eating up blog space, I must share the best of the them.
This seems to have been a once in a lifetime
I do live just down the road from a few rabbits so it’s entirely possible that I did fall in one of their homes. But no, that’s not the kind of rabbit hole I found.
It all started with an innocent enough comment. Really it was but then it became more. Oh no, this rabbit hole is Continue reading “A rabbit hole”
In the last two days I have started and deleted two blog posts. They both seemed so superficial in light of the tragic events in the world Continue reading “Start Over”
Hands down the best part of my new routine is Friday. That’s Nan and Continue reading “Hands Down”
It turns out I’m not usually quite organized enough to get a timely TBT (Throw Back Thursday) post up and published before Thursday disappears. Somehow it seems easy Continue reading “TBT to Monograms”
WIP stands for, in the quilting world, a Work In Progress. Which is different than a UFO, which stands for an Unfinished Object. I think the analogy to life here is quite fitting so read on as it’s not a quilting blog!
It is the oddest feeling. That feeling in the back of the mind where I need to rush to do something because time is so limited. Then I’m like oh wait; I can Continue reading “Oddest feeling”