Welcome to the Quilting Board!
For fun I'd love to have lunch with:
1. Jane Stickle she made the original "Dear Jane" Quilt
2. Glenn Beck.
When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place. We are nearing closer to the End Times.
Everyone is born right handed, only the gifted overcome it.
I have already committed my felonies, so people don't have to worry. (Russell Means)
I swear to you, I am guilty of only being Indian. That's why I am here. (Leonard Peltier)
One of the main Knights Templar......did they really go off with the Chalice or the Ark of the Covenant and did they ever come to North America?
A Peruvian King.......how did those lines and animal shapes get on top of a mountain and why?
A Mesa Verde, CO, Cliff Dweller.......did they ever worry about their toddlers falling 'overboard' from those cliff homes and why live there in the first place??
Sarah and Abraham.....what was it like to have a baby at age 90?!!
A Chinese person, a European person, and an Egyptian from 2000B.C. to compare how and why Europe was so far behind the others in civilization and inventions.
Shakespeare.....did he really write all the works attributed to him?
A very distant relative named Martha Frances Collier who made a quilt ca. 1780 that I inherited and donated to the Textile Museum at Colonial Williamsburg........Did she ever live at Portobello Plantation (now Camp Peary in Williamsburg VA), did she make other quilts, how did she meet her husband (from whom I get part of my name)?
I'm sure there are others to invite to "my table" if I had more time to think of them.
Jan in VA
Jan in VA
Living in the foothills
peacefully colors my world.
1. my three moms together(they all passed away )and my bio mom could talk again to be able to chime in since when i met her she couldn't talk. and they could meet their grandkids.
2.my sister (passed on) i only got to meet 3 times
President Obama, Mother Theresa, my deceased parents, Mandela, etc etc etc
I had thought about this several years ago and I think my answer is still the same. Isaac Asimov. He was interested and knowledgeable in so any different things I've always thought it would be great to talk to him.
I wonder if any of us are journaling our lives so our future family won't have some of the questions we are asking? I haven't. My life seems too uneventful to bother! But that is not true when I think about the interest I have in my past family's daily life!