Thursday, March 30, 2006


It's amazing how time slips away. It's a common misconception that there is nothing to do here in the winter. In fact, most of us are so busy we lose track of the days going by. There is always something to do...a pot-luck to go to, a committee meeting to attend, a volunteer position to fill, a business to get ready to re-open, or just a visit with a friend you haven't seen in a long time. That doesn't even include meetings of the book club, quilters, knitters and scrabble players (to name just a few). Our days are not spent idly waiting for summer to reappear, but they are spent full of community interaction which makes us love our surroundings even more.

You can read our latest newsletter here: It's the story of traditional quilting on Ocracoke Island.


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