To all those in France, who are facing the worst 'storm' (of this sort) ever in their history, we are in prayer for you. For your healing and strength, for Gods intervention and mercy, and for the grace you need to conquer this senseless tragedy. Please remember that, though evil comes against, if you trust in the Lord, GOODNESS shall prevail. [We humans have a way of rallying around each other (near and far) working together to restore and rebuild. I believe that is God-instilled.] Let's keep lifting them in prayer and do what we can to help make a difference~
I am sitting at my lap top, looking out the window. We are in the midst of a winter storm here in Colorado; I can't even leave for work - It is snowing so hard. Visibility is poor. The wind is bringing down the few lingering Maple leaves and some weak branches from my front tree~ I'm grateful to be tucked up in my home - and not out in that storm! I heard it will all stop in a few hours - and warm to 40deg's later today, and perhaps even see a bit of the sun!? But from what I see right now, that doesn't sound very believable : J Living butted up against the Rocky Mountains brings a lot of 'guess-work' into predicting the weather! We shall see~
Thank you so very much! for stopping in to see my contribution for: (click >) Aple Apricot's Neutral linky party! Plese take a few minutes to click over and see what Wen has to share with all us Neutral Lovers!
I made this sweet mitten last year as a birthday gift for my baby sis~ It's about 6" long and was made from a wonderful PDF Tutorial from Nancy Maxwell James' Etsy Shoppe! > > Sugarlump Studio's
It actually opens at the top (I tucked a small gift inside) and is made of Natural batting. Covered w/different laces; etc. and vintage buttons from Grandma's jar. The image is paper and machine zig-zag stitched. I added some seed beads & such at the bottom. There's a twill tape loop at the top for hanging.
I am thankful to all of you in blogland : } who have visited and encouraged me whilst 'getting going' again and blogging. I appreciate your visits!!
Have a wonderful week~ Karen