Wednesday, April 18, 2012


by Ms. 
Thoughts about stones--not pillows,
nor feathers--wait--just one feather:
the way the wind sways or billows
it flies, or lands in hands together
where stitches could fashion new
form from all the forms that grow. 
Then what the fox and raven knew:
that seed to form to stone we go,
that what we reap is what we sew,
will reappear--will show, will show.
by Dana Falconberrry
The Petoskey Stone
A rock and a fossil, often pebble-shaped, composed of a fossilized coral, Hexagonaria percarinata.  Formed during the Devonian period 350 million years ago,
they can still be found in Michigan every

Speaking of Stones
Jude Hill is getting the Feather Quilt together,
and is planning to add
She will post a tutorial for them soon
so stay tuned to her blog


deanna7trees said...

A stone is ingrained with geological and historical memories.
Andy Goldsworthy

jude said...

if she can get her stupid blog to work

Ms. said...

Ha....The blog is not stupid, and the technology that delivers it may actually be too smart for it's own good. if it were a human being, it would never disrupt the wonder of our community there.