I picked up grandma’s egg basket, added my new embroidery book and a fresh piece of fabric secured in a small hoop and came outside for my daily dose of coffee, nature watching and blogging. Knitting Progress? It may be hard to tell from this photo, but my hat is noticeably smaller than last week. … Continue reading Going Backward, But Moving Forward
I came outside later than usual today. It seems that every day of the week, or at least Monday through Friday, a different neighbor is having their yard mowed first thing in the morning. I am sure it has always been this way, but now that it is disturbing my peaceful backyard time. I am … Continue reading A Very Good Week
Modern life is complicated. We have too many options, too much information and still only twenty four hours in a day. Choices must be made; priorities set. In my effort to simplify my life I have removed the extraneous, evaluated the remainder, and still find room for further paring down of clutter—physical and mental. I … Continue reading K.I.S.S. Day 5
The first day of September is my gateway to Fall.
Inspiration is all around us. The key is simplicity and fresh eyes.
Too much is not necessarily a good thing.
Making yarn is a soothing and artistic pursuit.
God is giving the entire world an opportunity to reboot their life.
The other day I talked about spinning wool into yarn and how it makes me think about larger issues. I love to find teachable moments in the midst of the everyday. Since Friday is a fun day on the blog I decided to show you what I do. I went through my photographs (I have … Continue reading Wisdom of Proverbs 31