I am so happy to now have two quilts Ready to Go!
Whilst waiting to photo the first one, the second came along and was finished in time to post them both together :0)
When I was growing up a favourite record my Dad often played was “The Deck of Cards” by T. Texas Tyler.
I have never forgotten this “story” and Googled to find the words – I am printing them to send along with every quilt I make.
It starts like this:
“The Cards” is set during World War II, where a group of Army soldiers, on a long hike during a campaign in southern Italy, had arrived and camped near a town named Cassino. While Scripture is being read, one boy who has only a deck of playing cards, pulls them out and spreads them in front of him. He is immediately spotted by a sergeant, who orders the soldier to put them away (thinking he’s playing cards in church). The soldier is then arrested and taken before the Provost Marshall to be punished.
The Provost Marshal demands an explanation, to which the soldier explains the significance of each card:
Ace: The one true God
Deuce: The Old Testament and New Testament in the Bible
Trey/Three: The Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit/Ghost ………..”
The spoken word listened to over and over again is very memorable.
Another song my Dad loved was “There’s Always Room At Our House” by Guy Mitchell – singing of sharing hospitality.
My two sailor uncles used to sing “Clink Clink another Drink” by Spick Jones and The City Slickers – but I think I’ll just include The Deck of Cards with my Quilts!
I was surprised that you can actually buy all of these “Oldies” on iTunes!