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- I can't cross the street by myself..... 3 weeks ago Another Amy story! LOL She was about 2 and a half; and it was nap time. (Because Mom wanted some uninterrupted sewing time. She was not happy about having to take a nap. A footnote here: I required more sleep than she did as a baby; I remember complaining to the Dr. that Amy […]
- Becareful what you teach your children. 3 weeks ago Amy was always advanced for her age. I swear when she learned to talk, it was in sentences….not just words. We moved from Bay City, MI to Booneville,MO when I was 8 months pregnant with daughter #2; yes, let me tell you it was a long ride in a U-Haul! The house that we bought […]
- Come on down!!!! 3 weeks ago When Amy was little – 3ish, she loved the program The Price is Right. She always wanted to play The Price is Right; however, she was always, Bom (Bob) Barker. Yep, she called him Bom Barker!!! I can remember walking up the street about a half a block to some friends. Amy always wanted to...
- "I'm freezing hot", she said. 3 weeks ago Many years ago when daughter #1, Amy, was about 2 and a half years old, we went to FL to escape the winter in Bay City, MI. Because of her age, we also took the potty chair! Mark got tired of driving and decided I should drive and he would get in the back of […]
- Learned a valuable lesson today 2 months ago Today the knitters met, as we usually do on Tuesdays. We met for lunch at Trapieche in Morazon (and the restaurant is probably spelled wrong). But this is Costa Rica so that is OK. Jean Marie, Harriet, Denise, Bunky and I were there. Food was really good….had a pollo casado and I can’t...
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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 :)