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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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  1. Carol Crowe Phillips

    Kevin,
    It is sad when we become cynical and distrustful of people. However, it happens when we get hurt or taken one too many times. Life experiences cause us to be cautious and wary. I tend to be the same way…always wondering what they are up to. It is not an easy thing to overcome, even some of the time. And in this day and age, it can be very useful…especially if you have children to protect. I would be interested in hearing about any ways you find to overcome this also. It’s always nice to hear that someone else has the same struggles.

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  2. Helen

    What a beautiul quilt. Thanks for posting the pictures. Also want to say your daughter Aster is a beautiful baby.

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  3. Salli

    That is a gorgeous quilt! This day and age, we have to be wary of things. You never know who’s behind the keyboard. Don’t feel bad, I would have felt the same way Kevin. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Carol Morris

    Isn’t that gorgeous? So appropriate and she will treasure it for years to come. See- not everything comes with strings attached. I almost have the opposite problem, I trust almost everyone, and I’ve seldom been taken advantage of. God watches over me, thank goodness.

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  5. lincolnlady1121

    That quilt is beautiful. Have you ever thought of getting a Post Office Box for people you don’t know well contacting you or sending items. You don’t even have to get it in your home town. I have a blog and I am thinking of getting one. You can still get your personal mail at your house. Just a thought.

    Marilyn

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  6. Janet

    Love, love love the quilt! I used the same red flowered fabric in valances for our master bath, with lace ruffles….. well, then I was looking through a box of doilies my husbands grandmother gave us MANY years ago, so I heavily starched the fabric, and bonded doilies onto the flowered fabric and framed them to hang on the walls. I always think of grandma when I look at them. She lived with us when we were first married in 1959 and even darned my husbands socks!!! What a treasure she was and I am so grateful to have these doilies.

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  7. Loretta

    I can’t say I blame you. You are a public figure and crazies are everywhere. This quilt is beautiful and so fitting.

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  8. Cynthia

    Wow! What a cute quilt. Are the pictures painted on or is that the fabric print? Anyone know where to find fabric with Amish pictures on it?

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  9. Linda from KY

    That quilt is so beautiful! I predict that it will become a family heirloom. Either that or Aster will love it to death. 🙂

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