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The Contrary Quilter

My mother insisted I learn to sew when I was young.  She felt it was a good life skill but of perhaps greater importance (important because this is the part I remember with the most clarity), she wanted me to learn because I was a very short child who grew to be a vertically challenged adult.  539 more words

Creating

About: The Long(er) Version

I made my first quilt in 1998.  It was made from “cheater” fabric and filled with flaws but I found tremendous satisfaction in the finished product.  468 more words

Creating

The Kite Perspective

The bright candy colored
Kite soars on a wind roller coaster
Filled with corkscrew loops
On the edge of freedom

Squealing laughter and
Oops se daisy tummy flips… 20 more words

Hilary Clark

Word Cloud

You are a tourist
Said somebody that I used to know
Working in a vacuum
Next to others locked in their individual spaces

All drinking cough syrup… 66 more words

Hilary Clark

Any Color's All Right

Grandpa in his navy blue
three-piece
suit and claret
tie taught us his made up
word
Transmugliforcandanbumshamity

In leather slippers and ruby
robe, he entertained… 65 more words

Hilary Clark