Posted in celebrations, family, pandemic, rural life, Self Care

A ray of sunshine

I rarely plan my posts ahead of time. They just appear, as if by magic, into my head. The thoughts are usually in one theme and headed in a straight forward direction. Rarely are they philosophical or “flowy” in how they tie together a concept and the reality of daily living. Perhaps today I can manage that so I am going to interrupt Charlotte  (once again).

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Posted in family, health, sewing

Against my Grain

It’s hard to say no to a reasonable request. When my daughter asked I could make them masks, I couldn’t in all conscience, say no. I have the supplies, machine, time and skills so it seems logical for me to do this for those I love. Don’t get my wrong, I still think it’s not our best line of defense but with numerous stores and services requiring that patrons wear one it seems like I will have to get off my high horse and sew.

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