The Manitoulin Circle Project has been given an exhibition in a public art gallery in September and the fourth panel is still not in the frame. Although I do not have time to flounder around, I need to.
I thought it might be a good quilt BACK.
As if thinking helps.
"I thought of my three daughters and my mother in law and my own dead mother....not one of us was going to get what we wanted. We're so transparently in need of shoring up our own pronouns....her... she. We ask ourselves questions endlessly, but not nearly sternly enough....we are too kind, too willing, too unwilling too, reaching out blindly with a grasping hand, but not knowing how to ask for what we don't even know we want." Carol Sheilds
(the last sentence from A Scarf, a short story she wrote age 65)