Sandi first wrote this for my Lessons Learned blog, but it really fits better here with other articles about mothers and daughters.
Note to the Reader: This post originally appeared on my friend Beth‘s blog, LESSONS LE@RNED. I reblogged the post but discovered that only the first portion showed up on my site. I decided to repost it in its entirety, and I’m glad I did, because I’ve been able to add more quilts! All quilts featured in this post were made by Julie Monroe.
Recently, Beth asked me to write about lessons I have learned from my mother. Thinking about my remarkable mother, who raised six children and has 19 grandchildren, I agreed. Old habits persist, so I called my mother and asked for permission to share what I’ve learned from her. There was a long silence on her end of the phone. When she responded, her answer encapsulated one of the most…
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