The practical part of me just loves the portability of this project. I carry around cloth and needles and thread in my pocketbook so I can stitch anywhere anytime. This morning I stitched through breakfast at one of our favorite restaurants: Shamrock Kitchen in Tyrone, GA. Let me tell you something: the people who work at Shamrock score high in the nourishment factor. And I’m not just talking about food. “What are you doing?” Mindy asked me. I told her about Nancy, her drawings, and my stitchings. Somebody else happened by and said this particular drawing looked like a pitcher. A fella sitting close by said it looked like a metal bar and a baseball cap.

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#93 is held by Mindy and Mike, two of Shamrock’s finest.


She is my developmentally disabled sister-in-law, Nancy,
and I am Jeanne, the woman who flat-out loves her.
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