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Reunion

Thank you so much for all the thoughtful comments on my last few posts.  It seems that although the stress of school has ended, the hours of playtime on the internet still haven't materialized.  But they soon will.. Greek vacation is fast approaching :)

Today I want to share some moments from my 10 year college reunion.  From 1997-2001 I lived in a wonderfully beautiful haven of super-intellegent women.  It was a storybook garden of a setting (minus several months of snow and cold) and has impacted me in ways I probably still don't know of. 
Smith, I love you.





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  1. You put so much of yourself into your quilts, Jess. What a thoughtfully creative woman you are! I'll bet your experience at Smith was a nurturing one.

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  2. I love seeing you stitching EVERYwhere! And this idea of writing on your blocks is intriguing.

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  3. I love that you're writing on part of the blocks. Such a great idea!

    Is Smith a very large school? I have a good friend who went there who is probably approximately your age. I wonder if you know her. . .

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  4. Oh my gosh! I was only recently pointed in the direction of your blog by someone talking about your fantastic travel quilts. I wish I'd been checking back more regularly; I'm a Smithie, too (class of '06, Baldwin House), and I was at Reunion! I would have loved to meet you.

    Smith truly is a great place. I hope your Reunion was as fantastic as mine.

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