Is anyone having trouble finding masks these days? Or perhaps the cost has skyrocketed? I know the ones I have been looking at online are either out of stock, have a ship date of late “next month” or are literally 300X the price they once were before COVID-19. I started making these masks for some… Continue reading The Contoured Crocheted Mask Pattern
This story really pulls at my heart strings. Adoption is a beautiful thing. The men and women that put their hearts and souls into nurturing others is so heart warming. I thank God for each and every one of them, both adoptive and foster parents. The reason I share this with a sad heart is… Continue reading It is with a sad heart, but joyous hope
I woke up this morning with the words Dream, Do, and Delegate in my head. As I was coming down stairs, the word Desire also manifested itself. Now it is spelled out like this: Desire – “Lord, give me the desires of my heart” Dream – Start turning those Desires into Dreams and aspirations Do… Continue reading Desire, Dream, Do and Delegate
I have recently come across these sweaters on Pinterest and found them fascinating! The concept is so simple, yet it has drawn so much attention from all sorts of people. On this one I have chosen to use the V-stitch, 160 across and doing 51 rows before sewing the corners and doing rounds on… Continue reading Blanket Sweaters
via Daily Prompt: Ovation After years worth of hiding, afraid of anything that could possibly go wrong, I was given a diagnosis I had not expected. It is amazing how a “fateful” diagnosis can open a persons eyes…bringing to realization all the things that they had truly been blind to for decades past. By the… Continue reading Daily Prompt: Ovation
Virgin Mojitos in Tehran I stood in a corner of the gallery’s rooftop terrace, watching the locals and waiting for a concert to begin. All of the guests appeared to be in their 20s, and most of them seemed to subscribe to the same style-bible as the arty youngsters in hipster capitals worldwide: jeans, skinny;… via… Continue reading Even a Droplet of Good News Makes a Lack of Alcohol Tolerable — Roads & Kingdoms
As she walked towards the car I could tell something was wrong. I asked her how her day was and tears quickly formed around her beautiful brown eyes. “I think I’m depressed,” she said. She was ashamed. She was tired of explaining why she couldn’t drive at night. “My friends don’t understand that not having… Continue reading Undocumented, Unafraid, Unapologetic…Depressed — COFFEE WITH KENIA
011 Red Spiral Crocheted Cushion.
boiled cabbage and sausage.