Today I continue my quest in creating and posting one block a day of the fabulous That Town And Country Quilt by the lovely Susan Claire. This is day seventy of that project.

This quilt block shows a tall intimidating building with a large section in the front that looks like a door. On the faux brown door is some trim and in the trim are the words, "Loyalty, Honesty, Trust." Beneath that trim and words is the real door. A big sign with the picture of a ramp is above the big brown faux door and it reads, "Bailey Brother's Building & Loan."

The Bailey Building & Loan has been in existence for generations, ever since George stayed and took over the bank when his father passed away.

It’s Pete’s daughter, George’s granddaughter, Meg that runs the Bailey Building & Loan now. It’s grown and so has George and Mary’s family. Pete, of course, took over the bank from his dad.

Meg started working as a teller summers and then after a business degree came back to work with her father until he retired in 2000. Meg’s son Michael works in the bank now with Meg.

Pete has another daughter, Adrian. Adrian married and worked in the town library. She had twin girls. Both have since moved to California and live on a farm raising kids and organic produce

Janie married a man in Italy after studying fashion design there. They never had any children.

Zuzu became a first-grade teacher. Her husband was a professor at the college she attended. Her son Carl is an elementary principal.

Tommy was a very successful architect.  He and his lifetime partner Robert share a loft in New York now that they have retired.

I’ll bet you always wondered what happened to those kids.

(Just kidding)