Another reminder that our God is an Awesome God!
Monday, March 31, 2014
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Why oh why do I wait so long between posts?!
Let’s get right to it then….
Back before Christmas, a sweet Blogger friend sent the best gift! An awesome sign!
From there, where do I begin? Oh yes.. the weather, always the weather. Like much of the U.S., here in Missouri we’ve had a dreadfully cold winter. In this old farmhouse, it’s kinda been a matter of survival. And, of course, keeping the critters in good shape. It has at times seemed like Winter would go on forever. So bleak, so miserable. Has anyone else had the winter blahs and blues?
On the brighter side, we’re enjoying a nice little break from the cold. 50’s! Today the Mr. and I enjoyed a trip to the woods with Goldie. We left our other two chubby and senior sweet pups behind so they didn’t have to struggle through the remnants of snow and ice (not to worry – the old girls took short walks later).
Today we enjoyed some nice previews to Spring. A bit of thawing at the creek…
Goldie enjoyed herself immensely.
Every one needs a break now and then though.
Lo and behold, several Robins were hanging out in the woods.
Know what? I do believe this Spring thang could happen after all. There is hope, always.
Oh – one more thing - I can’t leave without mentioning my favorite evening pastime over the past few weeks. No t.v. for me – just owl watching! There are now three beautiful and adorable little owlets on Alessondra’s OKC Owl Cam. Check them out here!
Have a great remainder of the week, Friends!
Thursday, January 30, 2014
My friend, Patti, over at Osage Bluff Quilter is making the tiniest little hand-pieced quilt pendants. They are encased in glass and hand-soldered also. She has made several of these and they are now for sale!
I’m borrowing one of Patti’s photos to show you an example of these cuties.This is only one section that she has – several more are available. Some of these have already sold and she has the ones available now listed on her blog post.
Per Patti – “They are 1 1/2 inches square. These are two sided glass. On the back side you will see the paper piece pattern and all the tiny stitches. Some have the pieces numbered.”
These are even prettier in person. I should know because I have a honeybee quilt charm all my own!