Martha Coleman A Century of Quilting!
By Janet Pool
Like many quilters, Martha Coleman has enjoyed a lifelong love of quilting. However, one thing distinguishes Coleman from most other quilters. With the recent celebration of her 108th birthday, Martha has been quilting for 101 years.
Nestled in the historic heart of Galveston island, The Lasker Inn B&B is perfectly located on 16th St. just blocks away from miles of sandy beaches, the Pleasure Pier and the historic Galveston Strand.
What began as a beautiful home built by Mr. McLemore in 1870 progressed to become a Home for Homeless [...]
June 5, 2013 HOUSTON She was born in Michigan in the 50’s into a middle income traditional family. The fall after her high school graduation changed her life.
Everything seemed to be on track and normal until her friend Jean Hammond called and invited her to come to her New Year’s Eve party. The [...]
Trio Showcases Prairie Street to Guests
As you step over the threshold of this heritage home, anchored by lively camellia bushes, a carriage step and a wrap-around porch in historic Columbus, a gentler way of life invites you to slower your pace and unwind.
Columbus, the Colorado county seat town in the rolling coastal [...]
The tea infuser (often called a teaball or tea egg) gained popularity in the first half of the 19th century. By the time of Queen Victoria, no respectable British household would be without one. However, some argue that when you use a tea infuser, tea cannot flow freely. (Only fill an infuser half full, leaving [...]