A professional longarm machine quilter for hire and some of the work I've done.
This will be the last post about my Mom. Her mental problems are over and she is at last in peace. Please see the details with the link below.
MARY ETHYLENE (HILL) CHANEY
My uncle, her sister’s husband, is at peace too.
EDWIN HAYWARD ARNOLD
Anita, my husband bought me a new iPad . I’ve lost all your contact information. Please send me a note so I will again have it. I received my quilt, your usual lovely work. I hope you received your check
I’m so sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry for your pain. I know your mom is at a better place, Anita. Stay strong and kiss your little one.
I’d like to extend my condolences for the loss of your mother and uncle.
I noticed in her obituary she had been married to a Robert Payne. Any connection to Howard & Linda Payne? He is from Louisville and they have an RVing blog, RV Dreams. One of my hubby’s not-sure-how-many-times-great-grandmothers was a Fortner. Hard bunch to trace.
Thanks. He was a step father and I didn’t know much about him or his family. I can’t remember him mentioning Howard or Linda. I don’t know about the Fortner grandchild either. Sorry.
I’m sorry for your losses, but glad to know they are at peace.
Oh, Anita… I hope you will feel peace soon. You have been through so much that I want you to feel good and be proud of the care you provided. You have become such a strong person in this life but the cost of being strong is painful. Through your honesty, you have given strength when that was not your goal and been an inspiration when you never intended to be. Again, I wish you peace.
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