Category Archives: HCAT

Volunteering

I learn a lot by volunteering. I volunteered to co-lead an ARISE group at my church. This program was designed  to get to know parishioners a bit better, share our faith walk and reinvigorate our faith. When the program was … Continue reading

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This Week (47) I…

…shared my quilts and a few laughs with Stafford Mill Quilters in Connecticut. On Friday the Holliston Senior Center Quilters had lots of show and tell.  Some were working on their “Farmer’s Market” quilt with very different fabrics.  When they … Continue reading

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This Week (46) I…

…am thankful to all Veterans for their sacrifice. I quilted a baby quilt for a customer. I also made “Living a Charmed Life” quilt designed by Barbara Chojnacki of Six Gables Designs. I will be taping a tv show on … Continue reading

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This Week (45) I…

…voted on Tuesday. …edited “A Quilter’s Touch” TV show on Brian’s Quilts.  It is now available to view online via http://www.hcattv.org Just click on “Programming”, “Public”, “A Quilter’s Touch” Joyce Gilmore explains how she turned comforting a friend into a … Continue reading

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This Week (44) I…

…taped an episode of “A Quilter’s Touch” with special guest, Joyce Gilmore, who started the Brian’s quilts effort at the Milford Hospital.  Joyce shared her story of how this effort started.  In the past 12 years many small quilts have … Continue reading

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This Week (43) I…

…enjoyed getting to know my husband’s relatives in Germany. Here we are on a walk with three little doggies in Stadtpark.   And here is the European breakfast we enjoyed every morning.  We had multigrain rolls, 5-minute eggs, cheeses and … Continue reading

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