No matter what your preference was in the voting booth, the decision has been made about our next leader and our country now moves forward. Some are fearful and some hopeful; all feelings are valid.
I know that I cannot fully appreciate the euphoria of the African American community in the election of a black president. I was moved by the reflections of the elderly black senators and news commentators, who have gone from participation in the civil rights movement as young men to seeing a biracial man be elected president of the United States in their senior years. I’ll never be able to totally feel what they feel because I am a white person, but I want to value the reality as much as possible. I know we have just entered an unprecedented era… may I take it all in as much as I can.
Monday, November 03, 2008
I took up quilting a year ago. The interest started a year before that through witnessing massive creativity at a quilt show. Then I observed artisans in action at a quilt retreat and decided I wanted to give it a whirl. I've been slowly working on a project that is taking forever, so I took a break from it and tried something different. What a trill to go from this...
... to THIS! I'm so excited. Still need a border and backing, but I'm on my way.