Monthly Archives: May 2023

My bottom drawer–a technology cemetery

There are places in my office that store old, outdated, once expensive devices that seem wrong to throw away.   I have my first Palm Pilot.  It was such a novel device in it’s day.  It kept a calendar and notes … Continue reading

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A Cave Woman’s Panniculus

I found this lovely lady posted on Facebook and want to memorialize her here.  She is a woman after my own heart–and shape! This was posted with the picture: This piece of art was created in 23,000 BCE, on the … Continue reading

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Our Midway Quilting Group

Our little Midway group of quilters is off to a great start!  Today was our second meeting.  We’re settling on meeting Tuesday afternoons at 1:00, every other week.  We may meet in different homes once we get going.  Here are … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence Meets Ann Laemmlen Lewis

My techie son, Aaron sent me a bio about me that he found using his Artificial Intelligence app, which, he tells me he uses all the time in his workplace to help compute technical things I don’t understand.  When I … Continue reading

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He Knows Where I Am. He Knows Me

I’ve been sitting in the warm sun in our backyard. Yesterday John pulled out all of our old worn patio furniture and I’ve decided, now that our exceptionally long winter has passed, that every morning I’m able to, I’ll sit … Continue reading

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My Bits and Pieces Quilt–The Chunks Come Together

This week in my spare moments, I’ve been working on this “Crumb Quilt.”  It’s symbolic in so many ways.  Each little piece in this quilt is leftover from one of a dozen or more quilts I’ve made in the last … Continue reading

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McKay Lewis and McKenzie Dodge Marry!

This weekend we celebrated the marriage of our nephew, McKay Lewis to his bride, McKenzie.  The wedding was held at his parents’ home in Alpine.  It was a beautiful day in a beautiful place. Brothers:  James and McKay Lewis: John’s … Continue reading

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A Writing Workshop With Donald Davis

This week I participated in a special writing workshop with Donald Davis, Master Storyteller.  I’ve said before, he is a National Treasure.  A small group of us met with him at Karen Ashton’s home to learn and talk about capturing … Continue reading

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