Nice too because tomorrow is the anniversary for my diagnosis and I'm a little freaked out by this. Trying not to dwell on it too much but to have a year already gone is, well, scary. But all I can do is keep on going. And my sister, Faith, said yes to our driving across country adventure next July...so I have long-term plans and lots of weaving ideas for this winter! Now off to vacuum and put up some Christmas decorations and get that package for Adam and Alicia ready for the mail and package up cookies for gifts! Oh yeah, and wrap the presents I've already bought for the guys...I really do love Christmas...but can I just have a cleaning service??? Would that be TOO MUCH to ask???
Love the earrings, love the *love*. You see, it really is a village. And I am SO excited for your trip next July, isn't that silly? I sure hope you're (taking us along) taking pics!!!ReplyDelete
Love your unexpected gift. There's nothing like the unexpected kindness of a stranger to make you feel like good things can happen. :-)ReplyDelete
I'd like a cleaning service too, but all year round... cleaning just takes too much time from the interesting stuff...
Good luck tomorrow and have a lovely pre-Christmas time. xoxo
that kindness: always pass it on. i try....fall short too often.ReplyDelete
Hi Karen! YES I will take you along this summer across the country! YAY!ReplyDelete
Sybille, so good to "see" you! I love your work--romantic, haunting, fascinating!!!
Velma, YES to passing on the kindness! I try to do that by letting cars out of side roads (or IN) and then maybe they will pass that on! Civility is important! And this kindness was so sweet...
Those are so pretty, too!ReplyDelete
P.S. I wear your cuff, and the strand of yarn you tied my cuff with in my hair, all the time!!!