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She, of course, still shares this old bod with its current occupant, and rises to take over when events demand it.
This beautiful quilt appeared in my life only two days ago when -- without warning -- it popped up on the screen of my computer from an unknown Facebook friend.
The tears of humility, pride, and gratefulness streamed uncontrollably as all of the pieces slowly fell into place:
The decision of benevolent strangers to include my image in this incredible art piece; the long hours spent in bringing it to life; the casual talk that must have included whatever considerations that go into such choices; and all without solicitation or consultation.
Such tributes ordinarily happen only after death, and seldom before, at a time when the assessments that go into the creation of an obituary ... .
No, not this time.
|Quilters Pat Sigler and Johyne Gerar|
Apparently, this amazing work of art was installed in the permanent collection at the California State Museum in Sacramento on August 12, 2018.
It is the work of the SQC (Sisters Quilting Collective), and I'm hoping to visit sometime soon, just to see if it's real and not something dreamed of just before deep sleep ... .