Keeping You In Stitches
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- Sedona has gone to the Rainbow Bridge 5 days ago Sedona, 15 years old, had to be put down yesterday. Dr. Solano told us that she had had a long life for lab. He assured us that we had taken excellent care of her. Ours dogs are family and this is why it’s so hard. I got Mark Sedona for Father’s Day many years ago….a […]
- Fond Quincy High School Memories 2 weeks ago This morning I came across this posting (below) on Facebook. Cindy and I were BFF’s before BFF’s ever meant anything. I remember moving to Quincy, Michigan, High School, my sophomore year. Dreaded it, hated the thought of it, stood in the doorway of my bedroom and wouldn’t let the guys...
- Memories of our first Christmas in Costa Rica 3 weeks ago We spent our first Christmas in Costa Rica in 2011. Going to the festivities in Atenas was a fun time for us. Loved the Christmas parade and told Mark that maybe we should go in the business of selling drum sticks! What really surprised me was everyone was bundled up. Coats, jackets, scarfs,...
- Christmas shopping with Maricela, Dylana and Nazareth 1 month ago Last Wednesday, the girls and I went Christmas shopping at City Mall in Alajuela. Jean Marie was going with Ana and Joana. Joana is in 6th grade, Nazareth is going into 5th grade. They hit it off right away. I followed Jean Marie and she drove right on past the entrance of the mall that […]
- A new brand of car in Costa Rica 3 months ago Hi Friends: Just letting you know of a new brand of car in Costa Rica and we happen to have the only model that’s available! Yep, it’s the Ucsoi – made in Korea!
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01:32 AM March 22, 2013
I have really enjoyed reading your blog. My husband and I plan to move to this area of Costa Rica when our house sells. Your information has been both informative and entertaining. I look forward to reading more and hopeful meeting you before too long.
01:34 AM May 26, 2014
I would like to know about the interest in quilt making in Costa Rica. Are there stores with materials? Do quilting clubs exist? Is there an authentic "style" of quilting in Costa Rica? How many of the local people are involved in quilting? Thank you for your time and help in answering these questions. Barry :)