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March 11, 2013


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teesha should have called me when you were in seattle. I know your son probably would have groaned at the thought but a quick 15 minute coffee might have been fun. next time!


Tribal women always connect on another level of spiritual being and then go forth to try to educate the world on a global scale. Love knowing that I am not alone when I try to teach kids to ask, be still and connect to know the feeling of being human and the profound wonder of the uniqueness that is in all of us to feel and share. Amanda's karma is proof that living a pure life generates goodness and ripples out to others. Powerful stuff! Coral and Tusk is like Moonrise Kingdom. Soo happy you are branching out to embroidery. You are such a gifted artist Frannie!!! So thankful for your thoughtful blog. I can't tell you enough how much my advanced class enjoys all your info. Be blessed always dear friend xoxoxo aloha


Don't you just love Amanda? Thanks for sharing that TED talk, I hadn't seen that. Just got my Dropcloth samplers this week, will be starting to stitch later day - thanks so much for the inspiration, I love these new ones you are working on! Also, didn't know there was a Chihuly Garden and Museum in Seattle, will have to go back and check that out!


I just stumbled into Fabrications....such a lovely shop. Loving your stitching Fran!!

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