Sharing a Personal Story

machine applique interactive play quilts and wall art

I’ve been holding onto some emotions for a while now, since December to be exact.  I decided that the best thing to do, was to share my feelings with the world, as a means to move on.  Along with emotions, I’m also sharing a handful of work that I’ve yet to reveal.  The two are connected, and you’ll see why when you read my story.  This is my moment for the week –letting go of the past!

You can read my story over at Oh My! Handmade Goodness

Also, check out my shop if you would like to see all the new items I listed this week.

Because people, smiles and laughter, more than anything else, is truly what makes a house a home, I hope you enjoyed this weeks “moment”…


om [one moment] meet upOM is *one moment* and is a meetup designed to notice & relish a moment in everyday life. The meetup idea was created by Linda at her blog, a la mode stuff.  If you’d like to participate in OM, just click the button and you’ll be taken to Linda’s post explaining it all.
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6 observations on “Sharing a Personal Story
  1. Linda @alamodestuff

    I’m so sorry to read about your project falling through especially after all the work you put into it. Something else will come along, it always does.

    I love your newest quilts. They are so fun.

  2. Cyn

    I’m sorry to hear your disappointing news. I hope as you reflect back on the experience you can use some of the things you learned for your future business.

    Now get some rest! You need to cook that baby properly 🙂

  3. sheila

    Hi Love,

    I am sorry to hear the news is sad for you. Here is the thing, you are young, smart, talented, determined, bright, brilliant, courageous but most of all… very loved and I am confident this will only create a different story to your journey….

    love auntee she

  4. Jene

    I love these quilts!!! They are so awesome, I bet you will be able to sell these and if not I am sure you and your CHILDREN will have fun playing with them. I must say they are awesome, your work is amazing like always! Keep it up, I know you will get there one day. I love you and can’t wait to see you soon!!!

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  6. City Chic - Jamie

    Oh Angela! I just read your post! I’m so sorry to hear that the book did not work out at this time. I can only imagine the effort you put into it and the disappointment you felt. Just know that you are not alone and your work is extraordinary! I always believe that things happen for a reason, even though we might not know what that is at the moment. All the best to you and your family! xoxo


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