Monthly Archives: June 2012

One Month

It is has been a month since my incident–my mom has taught me there are no accidents–and since I live in a co-creative world, I’m on the same page, but probably for different reasons.  In the last month, I have … Continue reading

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How to Make a Quilt Sleeve

Here are simple step-by-step instructions on how to make a quilt sleeve that has space in it that allows the quilt to hang flat in the front.                    

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In Control

I love feeling in control.  I feel safe and sometimes powerful, when I feel in control.  And even though I know control is an illusion, I still like feeling it.  I know that the balance between control and allowing is … Continue reading

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Summer Adventure, Revisited

It has been two full weeks since I went rollerskating and broke my leg.  A lot has occurred, but it has seemed to all be happening in slow motion.  The simplest things that I used to do require help now. … Continue reading

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Qualitative vs Quantitative

The following blog post was written before my rollerskating incident that left me with a busted leg: I’ve figured out in my healthy life that I’m way better off to focus on qualitative measures vs. quantitative.  I eventually get psyched … Continue reading

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Now What?

Now what?  Most of you now know that I broke my leg last week in two places and that I’m in a wheel chair for 90-95 days.  My life has a lot of stairs in it.  Two flights each for … Continue reading

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