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Karen Nyberg
Karen Nyberg • 1 year ago

Simply made. In space. A memento for my husband, made with pieces cut from t-shirts I wore during my stay on Space Station, stitched lightly onto a Russian food container liner. We met in Texas, got married in Texas and had our son in Texas. A special place! KN from space.

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