Sunday, July 10, 2011

Thank You Quilting Arts.....

Look what the Mail Man delivered...

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This is a PRIZE package from
Quilting Arts Magazine !

Gunnr would love to give Quilting Arts a
BIG Lick of gratitude.

I, however, would just like to say
THANK YOU so much Quilting Arts Magazine!
I am thrilled with my prizes.

Here are a few images of the spring calves:

They are not tiny babies anymore...

The Calf Trio

Clematis are blooming now...

These images would make a gorgeous

Things are looking better in the hay field.
Brad's cousin called and said they were done with their
round baler so we could come over and pick it up.
We just finished hooking it up to our tractor.
After lunch Brad will begin making round bales again.
Life is Good...

Many Thanks to all of you who wrote and called with words of support.
Your kindness means so very much.

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,


María Cristina said...

Maravillosos regalos!!!
Su blog siempre es fuente de inspiración.
Saludos desde Tandil, Argentina.

Kathleen said...

Congratulations on having been selected for the Quilting Arts Calendar...I love your work...I may try your technique..I love your photography and your blog....

SewLindaAnn said...

So happy to hear that everything is coming together after that awful mishap. Congrats on the QA win and package. I'm dying to know how the sidewinder works! I love your blog, I enjoy reading and seeing your work. You're a huge inspiration for me.

corina said...


Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

Congratulations; enjoy! Lovely calf pics!

Linda G. said...


Congrats to you - you lucky dog you! So deserving of the winnings! I already got my calendar - had to have one knowing I got a quilting buddy who's published in it! Glad your back on track with the haying too, Linda G.

Lynne said...

Waht a lovely bundle of goodies!

Glad a quick and easy solution was found to finishing the harvest.