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Ribbon Cutting

Monday, Chuck and I attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Baptist Mission Trail Hospital.  It is a beautiful building inside and out with a lot of environmentally friendly choices made in the design and a lot of art … Continue reading

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Looking Back Part 1

The big project has been over for nearly a month. It has taken this long to really sort out my feelings about it. The experience was awesome and I wouldn’t trade it for anything, but I experienced some serious effects … Continue reading

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Looking Back Part 2

It is interesting how what I thought would be the easy part of this project–dyeing the fabric–was the hardest.  And what I thought would be the hardest part of this project–the quilting–ended up being the easiest. In hindsight, one of … Continue reading

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I’m Back…

It has been two months since my last blog post.   My big project for the Baptist Mission Trail Hospital finished and I took 2 weeks of down time to rest up.  The intensity of this project required my full … Continue reading

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Eye of the Hurricane

Last Thursday, I was notified that my concept for a hospital commission was “a big hit.” The theme of the triptych is the San Antonio missions.  So, Friday and Saturday I took pictures of the missions to collect shapes and … Continue reading

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