Roxane Telesha

This piece is an autobiography expressed through the animal my family and friends have identified with me for years, the hummingbird which flits from one place to another and digests all it can, living life to the fullest.

It encompasses the rising of the sun to the starry night sky symbolizing life as a compilation of days. The places the hummingbird visits are denoted by a dart ending in a red heart.

I have had many different days, the death of children, the loss of our house, the joys of running all over with my still four living children when they were young.

There is much more symbology.

I named my piece after a verse I love in psalm 34: “Taste and See that the Lord is good,” The love of the Lord has gotten me through all my flitting.

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Helen Gregory

About Helen Gregory

Helen Gregory is the managing editor for Quilting Arts Magazine and Cloth Paper Scissors. She has been quilting for years; however, her very first quilt, a hand-pieced Grandmother's Flower Garden design, is still not finished! Since joining the QA/CPS team, Helen's stash has grown to include many mixed-media items. Basically, Helen has crossed over and sees artful possibilities in, well, everything. Having worked for years in the quilting industry, both as an editor and in marketing, she is absolutely thrilled to be part of the QA team. Like everyone on the QA/CPS staff, she wears many hats, and was recently mistaken for Pokey's personal assistant during the taping of QA TV Season 4.

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