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The Convent’s Final Photos

The Convent on the Sacred Heart campus is being torn down. I got permission to dig up some daffodil bulbs that were next to the right of the front stairs. I’ll give a donation to the school later. While I … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart Convent to be Torn Down

Recently, I had a meeting at Sacred Heart with Alisha Dold Koonce and Todd Hoyt. We were to go through the convent and see what was worth salvaging. Several people have asked for things to make things out of, or for … Continue reading

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Devil Dog Cow Bells Fundraiser

The other night I was at the ballgame with the kids and Cindy was ringing her cow bell. She started talking about fundraisers for the 5th and 6th grade teams. Long story short: I started painting cow bells. Hobby Lobby … Continue reading

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Morrilton Sit and Sew – Jan. 2016 Meeting

Last Thursday was the January meeting of the Morrilton Sit and Sew  at my studio. Fannie, Becky, Deanna, Joan, Margaret, Dee Ett, Natalie, and I was there. Everyone brought stuff to work on. Natalie showed us her new quilt for … Continue reading

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The Flooding in Morrilton

My good friend, Leslie, called to check on me after the lightning strike. We decided to go eat lunch and then go see the flooding water at the river. We drove across the Arkansas River bridge and then went to … Continue reading

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Former Students Friends for 40 Years

When we moved to town forty years ago, I met Carol. She was the daughter of a couple of friends that we met in church.  I, also, met Debbie at church. They were in the youth group and we were … Continue reading

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My Oldest Morrilton Friend is Gone

When I was still in college before I moved to Morrilton, I met Pearl Newkirk Jones at Pauline Wright’s ceramic shop. I had watched a family member make ceramics all my life and wanted to make some. I drove from Conway … Continue reading

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