Wednesday, March 14, 2012

IPhone-o-Gram!! Hello from Dallas!

THIS is how I know I am in the great Lone Star State of TEXAS!'

Howdy, Ma'am----yesssireeee!!!

:-). One more flight to go!



  1. VERY nice view ;) Hope you had a safe flight!

  2. god bless texas,,,,,,,,,,,,,:))

  3. Yep, God bless Texas & glad you're getting closer!

  4. Anonymous7:45 PM EDT

    Get a good nights sleep in CA; you deserve it after this LONG flight day.
    Faye in Maine

  5. Oh! To make a quilt out of THAT shirt!! What fun!

  6. Cali is expecting you witth open arms !

  7. Now, of only those flags had little 2000s on them! Safe travels!

  8. Anonymous9:50 PM EDT

    He was probably going to meet the last flight of returning soldiers. Two flights a day have been met here by volunteers every day since 2004. It was called the welcome home a hero project.

    1. Anonymous9:25 AM EDT

      Wow anonymous, I did not know this fact. How amazing. It gives me chills and makes me proud.

  9. Evelyn/thistleneedle10:16 PM EDT

    Ach, the uncertainties of air travel!!! Too bad they didn't communicate with you ahead of time that they (the airlines) intended to fritter your day away. You could have come with me to Jaynette Huff's house (the Hexie Diva) who lives just a skipping stone away from Irma Gail Hatcher (The Grande Dame and Fairy Godmother of Quilting in this neck of the woods!) We spent the morning brainstorming the "uncharted waters" of a quilt design of mine.

  10. I have been to Arkansas, Texas, plus got a free kindle book ,thanks for taking me along.
    Love it !

  11. Well glad you're finally on your way!!! Dallas is closer to LA than Little Rock, so it's some progress!


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