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The theme for this years Clark County Quilter’s Spring Quilt Show was Red & White – Quilter’s Delight. Here is a pretty quilt titled: Ma’s Paws. It was pieced by Lynn Miller, quilted by North Coast Quilter and bound by Mary Ellen Vesneski.
We spend more time at work than ever before and as a nation we are becoming more inactive. So today – April 3, 2013 is American Heart Association’s National Walking Day – a day to get up and move! Take a 3o minute walk, enjoy what spring has to offer – green grass, flowering trees, and the promise of nicer weather and more opportunity to walk!
It’s a great way to raise awareness of the importance of physical activity and to give us a friendly nudge towards a healthier lifestyle.
I found this positive message on Alison Buffkin’s Pinterest site under the heading Inspirations. Did you know the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women website has a Go Red BetterU tab offering a FREE 12-week online nutrition and fitness program that can makeover your heart. Each week will focus on a different area of your health and provide step-by-step guidance. You’ll have access to everything from daily expert tips to an online journal. Check it out!
Today - October 29, is World Stroke Day. For seven years, on the popular TV show “Hercules,” Kevin Sorbo embodied the legendary half-god, half-man character from Greek mythology.
But in real life, he suffered three strokes at age 38.
Get your Personal Risk Assessment by checking a few boxes related to your age, family history, medical history, tobacco use, total cholesterol, blood pressure, physical activity, body weight and diabetes.
For all my quilting friends here is a YouTube video technique by Marguerita McManus author of the book “Crazy Shortcut Quilts”. She will show you how to take strips, sew them into blocks and finish the blocks, even before they are completed as a quilt. Without furthe ado… enjoy!