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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Quilting Companions

Since my friend Helen has retired we have been getting together to do quilting on Wednesdays. Inevitably, we have the sister and brother companionship of, Tip-a-canoe-and-Tyler* that will slowly sneak their way into the sewing room. Most often they will try to charm their way onto sitting right in our laps as we're working. Today they took up sleeping in this yin-yang fashion.

*The widely known political phrase, "Tip-a-canoe-and-Tyler-too," was coined at the historic Marion County Courthouse in Salem, Illinois by Abraham Lincoln, who was campaigning for the Whig candidates William Henry Harrison and John Tyler.


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