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Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔
Linda Usher
LLU
Just had an idea,having spent the afternoon with my daughter as she had her hair colored, cut (very cute) styled.  It's about 10 mo since finishing chemo/radiation and loss of hair.  I know Libby's sitution is different but have you thought of new hair style/color etc?  Seeing my daughter light up with her new look was  exciting.  So happy to hear of Libby's progress on many fronts.  You just have to keep taking bite size challenges each day.  Looks like your crew is very good at making the bites - both actual and figuratively special, fun, oh yes and tasty too!
Ellen Mack
Ellen McBurney
Hi Libby,

Just wanted to share a picture of a quilt that I hope to enter into a show.  It's my first competition quilt entry and I hope I'm accepted.  This was just a fun quilt I did on vacation in South Carolina since I have so much fabric and I just love to play with color. Libby, now that you're home maybe you'll do some experimenting and post a few photos of what you'll be up to..  May the Almighty guide you on this next  exciting adventure in your recovery !  Big Hugs !
Flavia Rousu
Flavia Rousu

This New Year is off to a roaring start for you, Libby - which means it's roaring for your family, friends, team and fans around the world!  I wish I had your mental aptitude for answering TV game show questions - you understand things on many different generational levels that most of us can't even begin to do!

God bless you in your work this week.  Don't worry about the TIRR 'interview' - God has you in the palm of His hand!  Love from Washington state,  Flavia

Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
Ellen Mack
Ellen McBurney
Hi Libby,

Just wanted to share a picture of a quilt that I hope to enter into a show.  It's my first competition quilt entry and I hope I'm accepted.  This was just a fun quilt I did on vacation in South Carolina since I have so much fabric and I just love to play with color. Libby, now that you're home maybe you'll do some experimenting and post a few photos of what you'll be up to..  May the Almighty guide you on this next  exciting adventure in your recovery !  Big Hugs !
linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔
Linda Usher
LLU
Just had an idea,having spent the afternoon with my daughter as she had her hair colored, cut (very cute) styled.  It's about 10 mo since finishing chemo/radiation and loss of hair.  I know Libby's sitution is different but have you thought of new hair style/color etc?  Seeing my daughter light up with her new look was  exciting.  So happy to hear of Libby's progress on many fronts.  You just have to keep taking bite size challenges each day.  Looks like your crew is very good at making the bites - both actual and figuratively special, fun, oh yes and tasty too!
Flavia Rousu
Flavia Rousu

This New Year is off to a roaring start for you, Libby - which means it's roaring for your family, friends, team and fans around the world!  I wish I had your mental aptitude for answering TV game show questions - you understand things on many different generational levels that most of us can't even begin to do!

God bless you in your work this week.  Don't worry about the TIRR 'interview' - God has you in the palm of His hand!  Love from Washington state,  Flavia

Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
Flavia Rousu
Flavia Rousu

This New Year is off to a roaring start for you, Libby - which means it's roaring for your family, friends, team and fans around the world!  I wish I had your mental aptitude for answering TV game show questions - you understand things on many different generational levels that most of us can't even begin to do!

God bless you in your work this week.  Don't worry about the TIRR 'interview' - God has you in the palm of His hand!  Love from Washington state,  Flavia

linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔
Ellen Mack
Ellen McBurney
Hi Libby,

Just wanted to share a picture of a quilt that I hope to enter into a show.  It's my first competition quilt entry and I hope I'm accepted.  This was just a fun quilt I did on vacation in South Carolina since I have so much fabric and I just love to play with color. Libby, now that you're home maybe you'll do some experimenting and post a few photos of what you'll be up to..  May the Almighty guide you on this next  exciting adventure in your recovery !  Big Hugs !
Linda Usher
LLU
Just had an idea,having spent the afternoon with my daughter as she had her hair colored, cut (very cute) styled.  It's about 10 mo since finishing chemo/radiation and loss of hair.  I know Libby's sitution is different but have you thought of new hair style/color etc?  Seeing my daughter light up with her new look was  exciting.  So happy to hear of Libby's progress on many fronts.  You just have to keep taking bite size challenges each day.  Looks like your crew is very good at making the bites - both actual and figuratively special, fun, oh yes and tasty too!