Lots of depression in MB, plenty of marriage break ups.. Financially a struggle for the young university. An aging population.. Many hidden problems in MB.. I quilt/sew/semi-retired bit sheltered from the growing problem..
Find it amazing you have the ability to quilt despite all your struggles. Don't give it up..
Hi...I have looked at all your quilts and they are lovely.Your newest grandson is a real cutie and they grow so fast. Glad to hear that you are overcoming your depression and feeling better. Also, expecially glad that your home didn't get flooded. I'll keep you in my prayers.
Hi Kingskidaz, Don't be embarrassed I have a close friend who is a very strong Christian and she struggles with depression off and on also, but is learning how to deal and overcome it. I will be praying for you.
I love your quilts, you do some beautiful work. We used to live in Mesa, Scottsdale and then Heber/Overgaard before we moved to Wisconsin. My husband would move back to Arizona in a heartbeat if he could, but for now we are here.
Let's keep in touch, so I can be an encouragement to you and be your partner in prayer. Sister's in Christ, Julia
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Coventry and Coventryville are about two miles apart. You ride through one to get to the other - but they each have their own unique personality (as most of these small areas do). We try to live as chemical free and as sustainable as possible. We grow most of our food and up until a few years ago, we lived totally off the grid. That had to change when our lovely spring went dry for the 5th summer in a row - we then had to drill a well, which required electricity to run the well pump. Still, we try to maintain that "close to the earth" philosophy. When we did not have electricity, I sewed on a treadle sewing machine - and loved it.
To answer your other question, I often travel 235 on my way to Binghamton, so I am sure I know where West Hill Road is, but next time I am passing through I will make sure I look for it. Hope you are enjoying today's lovely weather. I hope to get as much laundry out on the line as possible. Joyce
Hi Kingsskidaz! I thank you for the info on where you live. I am sorry to hear that you have had some problems with your daughter. I understand your depression, as I seem to be going through something of the same. Not about my daughter, but I lost my younger brother to lung cancer a few years back and can't seem to get past it. He has a soon to be 15 year old daughter. He and I were very close, much more so than my older brother. We can only carry on with our own day to day and pray that all is well for us all!
Hang in there!