Monday, November 9, 2015

Addie, Belle, Betty, And Coral Farmer's Wife Blocks

I'm a slow mover on these blocks, but I shall persevere! Only 92 blocks to go!

#1 - Addie
"When I left town I traded my electric washer for two cows. I have no 
modern conveniences...still I am happier than I ever have been before."
~ Mrs. H. S. L., Washington, October 1930


# 13 - Belle
"We observe the old custom of having our whole family together for Christmas dinner. 
Last year there were nearly forty of us. Each family brought a basket lunch with service 
for its own members. No dirty dishes to mar the womenfolks' good time"
~ Merry Christmas, Nebraska, December 1935


#14 - Betty
"We feel that our lives have been greatly enriched and that our twenty years 
together have been much sweeter because of our music."
~ Music Maker, North Carolina, March 1933


#24 - Coral
"They are just 'little whiles' in the midst of busy hours..." But long after other things are 
forgotten, they'll look back and remember those 'little whiles' with Mother."
~ For More Fun, Wisconsin, October 1936


The sweet short stories in this book are so precious.


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5 comments:

  1. Wow, looks like you are making great progress Carol!!

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  2. Wonderful colours, beautiful blocks

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  3. Your blocks are sew soft in color and beautiful. I really love the simple statements that acompany each block. Creative FW Blocks Bliss...

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  4. Very pretty. The one story reminds me of a book that my ex MIL gave me called The Egg and I. There was actually a movie made about it with Claudette Cobert. Your fabrics are marvelous.

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