Max and Allie

Max  and Allie

Monday, October 12, 2009

Stain glass Window Quilt and Don at 4 years Old

This is a beautiful quilt that was in that quilt show in 2000. I was in AWA of this quilt because of the very small black bias, around everything!!!! The stain glass effect.... I really really liked this quilt!!

Below is picture of my second son when he was 4 years old. He was not as happy as his brother. He was born in the station business. He did not get the attention that David got from his Mother. When David was little he had his Mother full time, poor Don did not. When Don was not walking he was at the station all day long. David was a lot of the time too, but David was so in to the people that came in the station. He would great everybody with a big smile and a big Hi!! The customers were like family to him. The customers loved the kids too.
Don , was a whole other kid, when he started to walk he started getting in to everything that he should not get into. Once he started to inspect a parked motorcycle and it fell on him!!! He did not get hurt, only a bump. He and we were so lucky!!! I have hundreds of stories about station life with kids!!!!!!!
Thanks so much for coming to read my blog.
Love, Fern

P. S. I think he was a beautiful little boy and I wish I had had more time with him, one on one.
I was so lucky to have had two really good looking boys.


  1. Hi Fern,

    It's always so nice to see a snippet of your life.

    I always thought I'd make a stained glass quilt but never did.

    Have a wonderful day.

  2. that is indeed a beautiful quilt. Thank you for sharing your picture. Your Don is a cutie too...kinda looks like my Dad. Without the glasses of course.


  3. Hi Fern,
    Another gorgeous quilt and a very handsome son!!
    Thanks for sharing.
    The Ladies Night out was a cyber party for the female dogs and humans involved and no travel. I'm usually in bed by 10 pm everynight. HA!!
    Madi and Mom

  4. Hey Fern,
    At first I thought that quilt was actually a piece of stained glass!

    Don was very lucky indeed not getting hurt - yikes!

    I've got lots of pictures of my white GSD but no way to scan them into my computer. My sister gave me a combo scanner, printer, copier but I can't afford to buy a toner cartridge for it. One day...then I'll have lots of pics to post!