I even have time to spare with the
This one comes as a bit of a shocker to me. I had not anticipated how much I was going to
I came home from Great Britain inspired to make a small
It started as a simple concept a while ago and has branched out considerably. It might even go
It was a busy day in an unusual way. The first part of it were spent “zipping”
Armed with one round of experience in the Arts and Crafts Time we struck out again. It’s a time sensitive project that will, like a lot of our end results, be treasured for years. This though is not a building project but rather an arts and crafts creation.
Baby C is now 8 weeks old and so it was time to do his footprints. We had left over supplies from doing the Little A’s when she was a bambino. Her she is “helping” us organize them!
One never ends up with a happy baby with their feet squished in plaster but it’s worth a few minutes worth of tears!
Just over 2 years since we did her footprints. She seemed to be in a bit of disbelief that these were her little feet. Now they are these long slender feet that her momma inherited from her gramma.
The finished product makes my heart fill with joy whenever I glance upon it. So blessed and so grateful and very pleased that their parents were ok with me to share the photos.
He slept the morning away, recovering from an excess of his sort of company the day before.
The job is pure and simple drudgery; worse than toilets. The unseeable dusty job that falls on my
I can say that certain traits haven’t changed much in the
I have very fond memories of sitting on the freezer stitching on buttons. Oh and darning my dad’s socks. But the truth was that was the extent of my sewing in those days. True story. I did not sew despite Continue reading “Manic mending”