This might be the most heart-grabbing, truest statement I've read in a while. Thanks, Annalea, for sharing.
. . . though this season may stretch us, it was never meant to
be a burden — Any weight of Christmas is of this world and all the
weightlessness of Christmas is the Grace of the Wood with the flesh wrapped over
While these days are spent with my mind wrapped around what I have left to make for Christmas, I can’t help but let my mind drift to my after-Christmas list of stuff I’m dying to make. Since I can’t share what I’m currently making (ya’ll didn’t really think I’d let you get a sneak peak at your gifts, did you!?), I’ll just let you see what I’m drooling over…
Emily-this piece of art is beyond beautiful. i loooove it.
Janie just welcomed her new little babe into the world this past weekend. She knits and sews and is uber talented. Isn't this little birdie patch adorable?
i don't know where i found this, but i love the simplicity of this nursery.
this yo-yo pilllow is definitely on my "to-make" list for the spring.
So there ya have it. I'm still alive. All is well. I can't promise another blog post soon, but then again, who knows :) Love you all. And thank you for your kind comments on my last post :)