Jake & Diane Reese are ordinary people. He’s a college professor and she’s an art dealer. What could be more mundane? However, things go from ordinary to outlandishly terrifying, in an instant, when Jake is attacked and two men cut off his ring finger, only to leave him bleeding and confused in a parking lot. Things go from bad to worse, however, when Diane goes missing and Jake is framed for murder.
A PERFECT NIGHTMARE: A NOVEL BY JOHN SAUL John Saul has been around for a long time. His first book (Suffer the Children) was published in 1977 and became an instant best seller. I have read many of his books and find most of them to be a little better than okay, but not great. […]
Every machine is different…and yet, every machine is the same. They all need to be cleaned from time to time.
…if you are looking for something light to digest with a small glass of wine, something to give your evening a little flavor, you have settled on the perfect “snack”.
If you’re a Newbie (or a kind-of-Newbie), I have some tips you may just want to consider employing when you get ready to begin quilting your next project.
It’s every millionaire’s dream haven. But, at the end of the season, when the doors are closed to all but the very, VERY rich this haven becomes a hell…
Who would remember that story of my first quilt if I didn’t write it down?
August 2017 It has been YEARS since I made MYSELF a quilt. This one is mine! I have no idea what the name of the pattern may be. THIS is the 2017 Johnson County Quilt Guild Mystery Quilt. I, and all those participating in this project, received the instructions for the quilt one step at […]
In all the years I’ve been quilting, my husband has been very supportive of my passion for quilt-making…but, not always personally involved. It’s not that he doesn’t care…it’s that he’s not really interested in quilting. I can’t blame him. One of his passions is fishing. I personally love to eat catfish. But, would rather die […]
July 25, 2017 Finished the quilt from h***. I’ve never had so much trouble with a quilt. This thing fought me every step of the way. I did more “un-sewing’ on this quilt than I have any 10 quilts before it. BUT, it’s finished. My daughter asked for it. She said she had fallen in […]