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Saturday, June 12, 2004  
Beautiful June day in the shadow of the Berkshires. Crisp dry air. Blue blue sky. Wispy clouds. Warm warm sun. The smell of new mown grass and even some haying going on. Signs promising the first of the month's strawberries, a season almost as precious as the sweet corn season later in the summer. And tonight:

something worth looking up for.

Meanwhile, inside another glowing thing was happening.

Written at: 11:44:28 PM

Tuesday, June 08, 2004  
Helpful hint for the day:

If you want quilting to seem really easy, heavily quilt a fairly large quilt and then immediately start quilting another smaller quilt. It will seem like a piece o'cake. The quilt will fly around on the table as if under its own power. Stop laughing. It WILL.

In other news, I'm quilting Red Sky Red Sky with a most luscious yellow orange thread. Whooooooooosh. And the mighty Bernina 1260 is purring like a top, having recently had a little tuneup at Gloversville Sewing Center.

Written at: 11:53:04 PM

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