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Asante - A finish it up Friday #quilt

My love of quilting starts with my love of textiles. As a child in the upper Midwest, the bright colors and strong patterns in my mother’s sewing closet were a balm against long, dark, grey winters. 328 more words

I’m the luckiest girl in the whole USA!

I sang that song a lot as a kid.  And some days I feel like I’m the luckiest girl on the planet, like today!  I’m sitting here drinking my coffee and typing with views of Camelback Mountain, a blossoming jacaranda tree, pecan tree and palm trees swaying in a very strong breeze (rare here) with my two ravens trick flying out above the tree line.  620 more words


I heard about Daniel Rasmussen’s book American Uprising, The Untold Story of America’s Largest Slave Revolt listening to NPR a couple of years ago. What a story! 287 more words

Cave Session :: Asante and the Webslinger

Asante and the Webslinger stopped by the cave to have bru nch with us, paint our walls, and share some tasty melodies and bars.  Check out the video below: 66 more words

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Bead Dictionary: Ashanti Gold

The Ashanti people, also called Asante, are members of the Akan group who have long ruled Ghana and parts of neighboring countries in West Africa. … 255 more words

Bead Dictionary

NYX Color Lip Balm in Asante

If I had to list down 2 makeup essentials that can be found in my bag at any given time, they would be lip balm and kohl. 234 more words


Random Notes

  1. I’ve now played Glory to Rome 75 times.
  2. I’ve now played Mage Knight so many times that I had to break down and buy card sleeves.
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