I’m So Glad I Live in a World Where There Are Octobers.
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

October, my favorite month, started off beautifully. Like Laura Bruno Lilly, I also took a reasonable and planned out visit with two of my sons, DIL’s, and four of my grandchildren. Time with my family nourished my soul and lifted my heart. I was a blubbering fool as I started my return trip home, but then I started tapping into the new special memories that were made this weekend. I now am re-energized and ready to proceed.
The first thing on my agenda was to pick up my autumn quilt from my quilting friend, Linda Jennings. Fabric from Studio Stitch, in Greensboro, NC, was used for making this fun quilt. I used the Show Biz pattern that I had previously used in making the Halloween quilt for my granddaughter. The pattern is perfect for showcasing the crows shopping in the village on an autumn day. I named this quilt, Autumn in Crow-ville. The fabric for the backing was perfect because it filled with pumpkin recipes. This quilt definitely makes me feel happy that we ‘live in a world where there are Octobers.

8 thoughts on “October

  1. I am glad you have at last been able to spend time with your family. What happiness! Autumn in Crowville is delightful. Yes, October is a special month — in both hemispheres of the world. We are moving into the rainy season and summer and so are feeling refreshed

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