In mountain tradition, my Southern grandmother created free-flowing art that warmed her family on winter nights. She pieced scraps of twill, denim, corduroy, children’s outgrown clothes, men’s shirttails, worn-out dresses, and cotton sacking into the “memory gems” of life. Like her, I toss aside perfection for small, unpredictably shaped patterns. This blog is my verbal crazy quilt—the color and richness, my garden of perfect moments.
You’ll find my random world in these categories: Characters, Creatives, Humor, Places, Poems, Skipping through Gardens, Southern Crazy Quilt, Southern Women, and On Writers & Writing. If you’re a writer, click on Writing Resources for links to publishing experts, book marketing, writers conferences, contests, and more. To read tidbits on Southern lifestyle and culture, drop by the Random Storyteller Facebook Page.
Photo credit: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/14506). The image is public domain.(