- In addition to her husband and four children, she’s got quite a menagerie: a bulldog-beagle mix, two bunnies, two birds and a fish named Bluebonnet. Wow. That’s a lot of poop to clean up.
- For her doctoral dissertation in psychology, she researched the quality of life of pediatric brain tumor patients. Stephanie developed a new method of measurement for this during the patients’ weekly visits. Very impressive!
- Her go-to snack is Cheerios (without milk). Love that.
It was so great to finally get the list, because it was pretty tough for both of us not to ask each other questions that first month as we emailed, texted and talked multiple times.
I’d also love to learn more about our other partners. I hope you’ll share one or two things from your own list in the comments section below. If you haven’t checked out the great blocks made by our swap partners or posted pictures of your blocks to share with everyone participating, you can do so at any of the following links:
You can also post to the Facebook page Stephanie and a couple of her quilty friends started, the Late Night Quilters’ Club.
The next block is due July 15, along with the next mystery question:
Barring any physical or mental limitations, or personal obligations such as jobs and/or children, if you could hold any occupation, have any talent or live any lifestyle, what would you choose and why?
Would you be a great artist, an Olympic athlete or a neurosurgeon? The winner of “American Idol” or a Tibetan monk living in a remote region of the Himalayas? The possibilities are limitless. Share with your partner what is is about that talent, profession or way of life that inspires you. Are there any elements within your choice that you could bring into your life
I’m so looking forward to seeing the next set of blocks and learning more about everyone, but first, I’ve got to stop procrastinating and get to work on mine!