Making a circle of flags

Earlier this week, I spent a day with some colleagues at work, making cards to send to soldiers who are stationed overseas. We began the day with a stack of blank sheets of cardstock, and ended up with many dozens of brightly-colored greetings. Or at least they had the potential to become greetings, because theContinue reading “Making a circle of flags”

Paying my respects

My paternal grandfather died a few years before I was born, and as a result I never got to meet him. But something he did in his lifetime benefited me immensely. He served in World War I, which was one of the few things I ever got to learn about him, and is the onlyContinue reading “Paying my respects”