We cannot direct the wind but we can adjust the sails. Author unknown

I want you all to meet a new friend. This is Beth. Beth is a gorgeous, vivacious, fun loving quilter. She is also a breast cancer survivor (one year). She had a double mastectomy and went through all the chemo and radiation and is now on the other side of it. She wears her pink breast cancer tee shirt with pride. Beth stood up in front of our group and told everyone to get their mammograms she also showed the quilt she made for her oncologist which is lovely. Beth informed us that she has two sets of tah tah’s…the ones she is wearing in this photo and her VA VA VOOM tah tahs.

My Sister in Love brought Beth to Silver Thimble Quilters and now we all love Beth and I am so honored to have her as a part of our group. She is also a long arm quilter who is excellent at the machine. If you need any quilts longarmed I can put you in touch with her. I can’t tell you how much I admire her positive attitude and enthusiasm. She has not let cancer get the best of her and that is an understatement. I think that her attitude will not only serve her well but will also be a source of encouragement to anyone who is lucky enough to meet her.. When I grow up I want to be Beth! Don’t cha just love it when God puts special people in our lives? Thank you Beth you are a tribute to all women. and by the way can you wear the va va voom tah tah’s next month????

The above quote is for Beth…who certainly adjusted her sails!!!!!!!