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  • Matthew 18:2-5
    "And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me."

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Wednesday, June 30, 2010



I'm trying to figure out what the "nap" part is about?! Do tell!


Dorothy..."nap" isn't quilting terminology.
Nap = rest, sleep, conk out awhile to get energy to keep going. :)


LOVE THEM !!!!!!! Oh Boy! or should I say "Oh Cherry Oh!" :) I can't wait to get one of your blocks in the swap!! Having your ironing board at sitting level is a great idea...even if you didn't just have surgery, especially ironing and cutting all those blocks!


Good to see that you are getting back into the swing of things even if in between naps.


Isn't it hilarious that I thought "nap" was some type of quilting term?! LOL!!! I thought and thought before posting my comment!!!


Just love the material choices and glad to hear you are "up" and busy again!! That's good therapy!

P.S. can't believe I can be outside and writing on your blog--wow I might get to be a techy yet! lol


Yay! I'm glad you got them done! Putting the ironing board down to sitting level was a good idea. You did it! :)


Such pretty patterns!!

Glad you're able to rest and recuperate while sewing some blocks. I'm afraid that would be the opposite of therapeutic for me. They'd be putting me back in the hospital for frazzled nerves I'm afraid :)

But I'm so glad that others can do it because I love the end result!

Glad you're on the mend Deb!


Thanks for the nap joke...I got a good laugh! If you are pleased with your pen, will you show us a closeup of it? We have wasted so much money on "permanent" pens that bleed!

Glad you made your deadline. That was a big order! And thanks for the quilting inspiration.


Hi Debs, you are certainly keeping busy! I like the nap in between! Living in the UK I have never come across these siggy things I don't know what they are or what you do with them!
Still I like your choice of fabric.
Praise God that you are getting stronger every day.
Here is a lovely verse for you Zeph 3:17
love Val

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