Current Worldview, In The Quilt Rambler Studio, Post Harvey, Rambling On, Studio Remodel

It’s in the Details – Studio Update

We had our first spill the other day. Glad to get that over with! Can you see it? I was walking through the "big house" with my arms loaded with take-out Schlotzsky's sandwiches headed to the tiki hut for lunch when somehow the paper cup with my drink went flying and crashed on the floor… Continue reading It’s in the Details – Studio Update

Current Worldview, In The Quilt Rambler Studio, Monday Musings, Rambling On, Secret Quilting Project, Tips

Rainy Days and Mondays

Ever notice how many cliches there are about rain? "Rainy days and Mondays always get me down"....according to a popular song back in my generation. "Saving for a rainy day" can sometimes result in all those rainy days coming during your vacation! Or what about "anyone who thinks sunshine brings happiness has never danced in… Continue reading Rainy Days and Mondays

The Quilt Rambler Displaced
Current Worldview, Post Harvey, Quilt Show, Rambling On, Weekly Review, workshops

Around Town, Reconstruction Update, and Personal Thoughts

Thought I'd take a moment to catch my breath and "report in" a few details of this past week or two. So sit back, put your feet up, and settle in for a photo ramble before some transparent thoughts concerning my current worldview. It's been a wild four weeks! A month ago we were heading to Beaumont… Continue reading Around Town, Reconstruction Update, and Personal Thoughts

Debris from Hurricane Harvey
Current Worldview, Monday Musings, Rambling On

Monday Musings – 6 months post Harvey

Today marks the 6 month anniversary of Hurricane Harvey's flooding of our home. My Monday musings are not focusing on what has been "lost" but instead the blessings that have come through this experience and the things I am learning. For example - it's people that are important, not stuff. Don't misunderstand, it's not a… Continue reading Monday Musings – 6 months post Harvey

Current Worldview, Houston We've Got Snow!, Post Harvey, Rambling On

Winter Freeze

Forgive me dear readers, for I have been AWOL, it's been 11 days since my last blog ☺️ I wish I could blame it on just the recent freeze - gulf coast Texans can handle a Cat 5 Hurricane with a "bring it on" attitude but we are like the cowardly lion when it comes… Continue reading Winter Freeze

Current Worldview, In The Quilt Rambler Studio, Post Harvey, Rambling On, Reorganize, Studio Remodel

Is Time Standing Still?

It does feel like time is standing still. But things are actually moving forward. Here’s the status update for things at the Overton household and The Quilt Rambler Studio (all under the same roof!) Yesterday the Repipe Specialist dropped the water lines to replace the old galvanized pipes. This is not part of Harvey damage… Continue reading Is Time Standing Still?

Future Projects for The Quilt Rambler
2018 Goals, Current Worldview, Island Batik Ambassador, Link Party, One Monthly Goal 2018, Post Harvey, Rambling On, Secret Quilting Project

Three Monthly Goals for January 2018

Goals. Seems to be the buzz word this week! Some say they are best set one month at a time. Sometimes for me, it's just a daily thing as the to-do list in its entirety can get mindboggling. I am linking up with Elm Street Quilts to share my January monthly goal(s) then at the end… Continue reading Three Monthly Goals for January 2018

Photo Credit Eric Overton
2017 in review, 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge 2017, Baby Quilts, challenges, Charity Quilts, Chrsitmas, Current Worldview, In The Quilt Rambler Studio, Island Batik Ambassador, Post Harvey, Quilting, Quilting With Friends, Rambling On, Studio 180 Design, The Quilt Rambler On The Road

It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

(Photo Credit, Eric Overton, Dickinson Texas after Hurricane Harvey) How do I say thanks to the many people who have influenced my life this past year? With tears in my eyes, actually.  This wasn't exactly the post I had planned for today but in going through photos of 2017  I knew this had to be my… Continue reading It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times