Just a Little Reminder

 “These are glad tidings. This is the good news: that Christ is born every day, as us, and that God lives in each person through eternity. It does not matter what religion you belong to. Love is the only religion. So…Continue Christmas.”— Neale Donald Walsch

So why did I post a Christmas quote in April? Because the Christ presence living in through and as us is always with us. Sometimes we need a gentle reminder to live this truth and show it through expressing the love of God to others.

Be Light

“The only way to eliminate the darkness around us is to be the light ourselves, instead of throwing other people under the bus.”― Abhijit Naskar, Aşkanjali: The Sufi Sermon

I love this quote. In this world right now, we are throwing way too many people under the bus. The only way for this to stop is for each and every one of us to stop doing it. We can’t wait till everyone else stops. Go out there and be a light.

Make Today Worth Remembering

“Live your truth. Express your love. Share your enthusiasm. Take action towards your dreams. Walk your talk. Dance and sing to your music. Embrace your blessings. Make today worth remembering.” ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

Happy Quilting Day!

Every year quilters celebrate the 3rd Saturday of March as National Quilting Day. I will be hanging a few quilts outside my house today and have invited my neighbors to do likewise.

I learned years ago that many people warm feelings and good memories about quilts and quilters in their lives. When I was still making bed quilts I kept a loaded quilting frame in my large living room. It was quite a conversation piece. Everyone who came in the front door had a quilt story.

Quilts bring comfort. If we ever needed comfort it is now. So I encourage you, whether you are a quilter or not to celebrate National Quilting Day. Hang a quilt or two outside, visit a quilt show or a quilt shop, try your hand at a little quilting yourself or wrap up in Grandma’s quilt and enjoy the memories.

For more information on National Quilting Day or quilting in general visit:

https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/

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