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05 June 2020

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The fabrics and threads of humanity. I get it. I wish we could all appreciate it.

As I always tell my Son you are the piece of gold that weaves through my soul.

The threads of life connected by love

All your postings are beautiful

Love Jeanne

These are all so BEAUTIFUL!!!

I love the different shades of blue thread.

I remember when thread still came on wooden spools...

Wow, what a wonderful blend of colors. And how very much I miss being able to use them.

The colors of life. Our threads weave into all threads.

Genius post...

Corey, I am a daily reader of your blog. An elderly friend of mine sent me a you tube video that you really need to see. It will make you smile. I know its off topic regarding the lovely colorful cloths, but I really think you will enjoy it. It's a small cafe in France that uses overhead projectors to display an absolutely charming video on the dinner plates while waiting for your meal to be served.
One of the major cruise lines uses it also. I'm not capable of forwarding the email that I was sent. But the URL is safe. It is the following for you to type into your browser.

www.youtube.com/embed/yBJEP4lsRFY I believe it is necessary to enter exactly as I have typed it. Give it a try, you won't be sorry

When that video finishes a window will appear and one of the smaller windows will have an empty plate on it. If you click on that it will bring up the one used on the cruise line of a clever seafood dinner. Bon Appetit

I love that

I know what to look for next xx

I love all these fabrics, I would absolutely have a problem figuring out how to get them back home. These pictures make my heart skip a beat.

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