Friday, November 9, 2012

Not in Any Particular Order: Day 6

Journaling Reads:  The opportunity to vote for the people who will run our country. Voting is a privilege and not something to be taken lightly. Not all of my choices were elected but it’s good to live in a country where everyone has an equal say. “Majority rules” is a good thing. In my bit of naivete, I wish politicians would act more civilly, the election period was shorter and the money spent on it was diverted to reducing the deficit. Amen!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Thirty Days of Thankful: Day 7

Journaling Reads: Today I am thankful for the opportunity to play tennis. Having a good match and playing well. Enjoying a team victory. Sharing the day with good friends. Laughing and letting go.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Thirty Days of Thankful:1

Cathy Zielske whose products can be found at Designer Digitals, created the scrapbooking concept 30 Days of Thankful. What an awesome thing to think about during the month of November. She has a template pack for making a 6x6 book, which could be printed at home or at Blurb or somewhere else. Find it here.

Journaling reads:
This little quilt that I made and donated to SAQA, an organization that supports fiber artists, was sold at the Houston International Quilt Festival. It’s always a little nerve racking to put yourself out there and you hope for the best. I was thrilled to learn that my work was one of the first chosen. I am really glad it will be loved by someone and that SAQA will benefit because they give a lot to me.