Mama is Smiling

Mama is smiling.

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Before my Mom died, we had a discussion about my goals in life. My goal to have my own machine to do my own quilts and to do lots more art quilts. That I wanted to not have to depend on having Steve take a few days off in order for me to have some machine time. She agreed that that was important, and hoped that I would inherit some money when she died so that I could make that dream come true.

I would so much rather have my Mama here than this machine. Since I can’t, I will just be satisfied knowing that she is smiling now.  And be grateful to her every time I use it.

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19 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. AllenQuilts
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 21:01:55

    I know she is, Gayle! That is so wonderful. It’s a beauty…I’m so happy for you.

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  2. wendysquilting
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 21:10:05

    What a wonderful gift from your Mom Gayle!! and what a blessing too 🙂 I’m am just thrilled for you.

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  3. TeresaL
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 22:03:15

    Exciting day! I’ll bet you think of your mother each time you use this machine.

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  4. Spavlov
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 22:56:07

    How great !! All set up and ready to go ……….
    Looks wonderful…………….Your Mom would be very happy ………………………Sally

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  5. freda1951
    Dec 05, 2007 @ 23:45:57

    What a great gift from your Mother. Everytime you use it you can have happy thoughts of her.

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  6. Michelle Wyman
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 00:27:24

    Don’t know if you are into naming your machine, but I bet your Mama would be thrilled to have your new baby named after her! I just know she is smiling today!!

    Have fun!

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  7. Terri
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 09:09:46

    Oh Gayle………I am so happy for you! And I miss my mom………..
    TerriW

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  8. Terri
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 09:11:02

    Um…….Gayle?

    It’s in your KITCHEN!?!

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  9. gaylemckay
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 09:54:53

    Terri…..in my kitchen??? Of course!

    Really, who needs a dining room set in the kitchen? We only use it once a year, (always eat in the living room) so why not?? Once we get the addition done, both machines will be in one place for all things quilty.

    Gayle

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  10. kayp
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 10:19:26

    it’s so brite and shiny! what wonderful creations you and your mom will create.

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  11. TK42ONE
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 10:26:52

    Damn mom, how on earth do you guys make dinner? That thing is HUGE!

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  12. Christine Olson
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 10:39:25

    She’s a beauty! I’m sure your mother is smiling down on both of you.

    Enjoy your new toy!

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  13. Karen Langseth
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 19:37:55

    What better place then the dining room/kitchen?? The only reason I have a kitchen is that it came with the house. I’m sure your Mother is looking down from Heaven saying”Way to go girl”!!!

    Karen L

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  14. Vicki W
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 20:38:10

    Mom must be doing the happy dance for you!

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  15. rondabeyer
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 21:35:21

    Who needs to cook when you have a new Gammill, what a wonderful memorial of your Mom and gift to you. Have fun and continue to create your gorgeous quilts. Happy Holidays to you and Steve….

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  16. KK
    Dec 06, 2007 @ 23:45:28

    Congrats and yeah for MOM!

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  17. Cinda
    Dec 07, 2007 @ 10:37:12

    Grandma is very happy. Lucky she had the cash to leave you to buy what you really want / need. And, I think you either need a smaller quilt machine or a bigger kitchen! I’m guessing you’ll take the latter…. know any architects? 🙂

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  18. Nancy H
    Dec 07, 2007 @ 23:47:02

    I’m sure your mom would have loved to be around for the delivery….and maybe she just was. I think the kitchen is the perfect place…where all women gather to begin with. Did you name her yet?

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  19. Lynn Douglass
    Dec 08, 2007 @ 02:14:12

    I’m tickled to pieces for you, Gayle! Your excitement is contageous! 🙂

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