Patsy suicides in the first scene! The reason couldn't be the crease on the back of her latest quilt, or any of the other little things that go wrong on a daily basis. It could be the guilt of having an abusive father dying in a nursing home alone and ignored. But there is a darker, scarier part of her past that she is trying to avoid.
Her friends, the Border Babes, a group of quilters that meet at a local bookstore, are shocked that Patsy didn't turn to them with her problems before seeking a permanent solution. Luckily Patsy survives. The friends who surround her give her their own stories, teach her about the meaning of life, and restore her will to live.
About Cindy Koch-Krol (Traverse City, Michigan Author)
Cindy Koch-Krol was born in the Salvation Army Home for Unwed Mothers in Detroit Michigan. But her life went uphill from there! She is a writer, artist and crafter living in Traverse City, Michigan with her Husband, Jeff and Personal Chef, Jake.
Cindy enjoys the indoor sports of making quilts, knitting socks, and baking cookies. In the summertime she enjoys the outdoor sports of swimming, walking and basketry. She writes in front of her living room window looking out into her Fairy Garden and watching the wild life at her four bird feeders.