Thank you for all of your kind comments about my Children’s Series somewhat focusing on the Oklahoma City Bombings and how I expressed my sadness with the loss of those 19 little innocents using art. The thought that went into the words you wrote to me meant more than you will know, and I have read all of your replies over and over again. I was very hesitant to post my cards, but after a lot of thought I decided to just go ahead and do it. My feelings were I should be posting these to my other blog, "Buttons for Baga", because these were not photography, but I reminded myself that I have been posting my sewing and quilting to this site for a long time.
Today I am posting two...one from 1996 and a new one. I hope they make you giggle. The first one is about four women who met each other every summer for a week in Charleston, SC, year after year after year, and as our daughters aged they were included, too. Now, only two of us are out and about. One has been in and out of the hospital for quite a few years with serious problems, and the other is in an extended care facility. One of the daughters has the scrapbook of all our happy years together, so our girls will have that to look at in the years to come.
“A cat can be trusted to purr when she is pleased, which is more than can be said for human beings.”
~William Ralph Inge