Monthly Archives: April 2008

Good reports

So far, today has been a day of good reports. A little background … the weather here has been changeable to say the least.  Last week it was warm enough I turned on the air conditioning.  It didn’t seem to … Continue reading

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A fellowship of women

I’m just home from attending the Missouri District UPC Women’s Seminar.  This annual event is a highlight on the calendar for many of the women in attendance (over 1100).  It’s a great opportunity to see friends from across the state, … Continue reading

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Charity begins at home

There’s the old saying which I’ve used as the title of this post that says “Charity begins at home.”  I’m pondering what that really means.  Does it mean that I must first be charitable to myself and then to my … Continue reading

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Questions, I got questions

Today I have no tale to spin for you but I have some questions. How often do you check/read a blog? Do you read the same blogs every day/week? What prompts you to leave a comment? Does the lack of … Continue reading

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Fashion Musings

As the daughter of a seamstress, fashion — to some extent — has always been a part of my life.  But after watching Mother try to satisfy a customer who wanted the sleeves from one pattern put in the bodice of a … Continue reading

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Answers to Flower Quiz

Have you tried the flower quiz I posted a few days ago?  If you have and are wondering how you did, here is the list of correct answers: This flower is called this because it blooms early in the day.  … Continue reading

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Baby Shower and Lawn Services

The baby shower this afternoon for which I knitted the Mary Jane baby booties was well attended.  My gift was greeted with “How cute!” when it was opened.  Someone asked if I had made them and I said yes.  I … Continue reading

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