Frogging the Pumpkin: An “AHA” Moment

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Oct 8, 2019
Frogging the Pumpkin

Hi there!

I hope you’re having a happy Tuesday! It’s finally starting to feel like fall here in Tuscaloosa. In fact, I spent some time out on my newly screened-in porch yesterday. Wanna know what I was doing? Frogging the pumpkin canvas I showed you on Instagram a couple of weeks ago! Yep – I ripped it all out…

Love, Needlepoint, And Pandora Radio

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Jul 23, 2019

Hi there!

I’m so happy you’re here with me again today. Usually, I love to chat about all things needlepoint, but this blog post is waaaaay different from the others on this website. It’s sparked by an experience I had earlier this morning. So if you’re here to learn how to make the clouds on your needlepoint canvas look like big puffy marshmallows, click here. And if you have a question about your project, scroll down to the comments box and ask away. But if you want to learn more about my “things-that-make-you-go-hmmm” encounter, then just keep reading…

A Little Fire Prevention Goes A Long Way

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Jun 27, 2019
Homes on the west side of Key Harbour caught fire around 4:15 a.m. on June 19, 2019.

Hello, lovelies!

It’s so nice to be here with you today. It always makes me smile when I get to spend time with wonderful Y-O-U! You may already know this, but in case you don’t, our home at Key Harbour burned to the ground last Wednesday (6/19/2019) in the largest fire on Perdido Key in over 30 years. It only took 23 minutes for the homes to burn to the ground. (Yikes!)

Rebekah, our daughter (and only child) was there, by herself, when the fire broke out. We’re very, Very, VERY thankful that she’s fine. Fortunately, everybody else is, too. While 14 of the 20 homes at Key Harbour are a total loss, we’re among those for whom it isn’t a primary residence. Sadly, several families have nothing left – at all. We’re making our way through, thanks to your love and encouragement.

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