Three Favorite Quotes, Day 1

 3 Days, 3 Quotes, Day 1

Laura Bruno Lilly, a follower of my blog, is familiar with my once a week series called Enough Said. This series has been featured for almost as long as this blog has been in existence. All of the posts filed under this category contain a simple, thought-provoking quote. As the category heading states, nothing more needs to be said.

Laura Bruno Lilly is participating in The 3 Day Quote Challenge. She has nominated me to join in. Thank you Laura for following my blog and for the nomination.

Here are the Rules for participation:
– Thank the person who nominated you
– Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
– Share why this quote appeals to you so much
– Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day

Day 1 Quote

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Let’s go in the garden…

I love to go in the garden. I have had flower gardens for as long as I can remember. The time I spend tending to their needs brings me great joy.

And we’ll listen to the flowers sing.

There is nothing like the peace I feel when I listen to the breeze as it dances past my flowers. The air brings with it their lovely fragrances. The sound of the fluttering petals, the aroma of their combined fragrances along with the beauty displayed by their features and many colors provides a calmness that always makes me smile.

For the last part of this challenge I’m supposed to nominate three different people to participate. Rather than do that I will simply list a few of my fellow bloggers (in no special order) that continue to inspire me every day. If these individuals would like to jump in then I will be absolutely thrilled. If their schedules are filled with other activities I totally understand.

Chela at Chela’s Colchas y Mas

Roseanne at Home Sewn By Us

Tierney at Tierney Creates

Tracy at It’s a T-Sweets Day!

Patty Anne at Patty Anne Art

Susan at DesertSky Quilting

Kitty Wilkin at Night Quilter

Melanie at Catbird Quilt Studio

Thank you for sharing in my enthusiasm!

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Don’t You Wonder?

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There’s Always Room for More! ❤️

Just a thought!

Do you ever wonder what your sewing room would say if it could talk?

Is she ever coming back?

Oh No! She’s back!

Will she ever clean up this mess?

Oh look! She spilled coffee again!

Can you believe she bought more fabric?

Where’s she going to put it?

What was she thinking?

Did you notice she talks to herself?

I wish she played different music!

What would your sewing room say? 🙃

Cindy Anderson
Cindy Anderson

 

 

Aren’t We Something!

A Little bit of humor for today!

We quilter’s are something else.

We buy fabric in whole pieces from our favorite vendors. Then we take it home, or open the delivery package (whatever the case may be), cut it up and stitch it back together. This process creates scraps. Being the conservationists that we are we stitch those scraps into bigger pieces. Those pieces are stitched and trimmed some more; which creates even more scraps. It’s a never ending cycle.

Almost makes one think we could just buy scraps to begin with. Oh but wait…some of us already do that. 😬

Just a thought!

Cindy Anderson
Cindy Anderson