Joining Mary @Little Red House for Mosaic Monday
Well, we relaxed.
They scurried about tending to their five energetic cherubs!
But even better than the cake is a
associated with the author of the cookbook and my dear friend, Mildred. It is a must read story!
Thank you, Mildred, for sharing it.
from: A Measure of Love by Linda Martin
The cold temperatures must have played into making these amazing hues of early morning.
German Star Tutorial is one of my favorite projects and by far my most popular post.
So, I thought I would re-post for those interested in making some of these very pretty paper stars this year.
from my sweetheart ♥
did I mention how much I love this dog!
Click Bunny Cake for the directions.
Here are a few Knitted Scarf Patterns I’ve made.
I so resonate with this song by Tenth Avenue North. I have had many moments with the same plea as we waited.
Even when it didn’t feel like it, He continued to
Hold My Heart
“There are times when things look very dark to me — so dark that I have to wait even for hope. A long-deferred fulfillment carries its own pain, but to wait for hope, to see no glimmer of a prospect & yet refuse to despair; to have nothing but night before the casement & yet to keep the casement open for possible stars; to have a vacant place in my heart & yet to allow that place to be filled by no inferior presence — that is the grandest patience in the universe.
Joining Mary @Little Red House for Mosaic Monday!
(The pretty hydrangea in the mosaic above was a Valentine’s Day gift from my husband)