This is officially my first post! To start off, I just wanted to explain the name of the blog a little bit.
Thread comes in all colors, textures, and sizes and is used for a variety of projects. Its most important quality is its ability to bind. It can bind pieces of fabric together to make clothing, it can be used to bind friendship with a friendship bracelet, or it can be used by a grandma to quilt (bind) a blanket for her grandchildren.
Then there is also the kind of thread that you can’t see. These are the threads of history. Those threads that bind me to you. The threads that transcend time and connect us to our past. The ties in those threads that connect a family tree or tell a story, there’s a reason they call it spinning a yarn.
One of my favorite things about living in the south is our deep connection with our roots. Our history is rich and we like to share it. So I’m going attempt to share with you those stories, traditions, history, and throw in a few other things along the way.
“Invisible threads are the strongest ties.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
“Love is the thread with which we connect to the world.”
― Debasish Mridha