3 December 2009

Thank you all for your oh-so-sweet comments about my birthday! I feel so blessed – your words made the day extra special!

My birthday was a lovely day! The celebration was simple . . . and I really liked it that way. (We did enjoy our Coca-Cola and chocolate!) We were able to sew, and although I still have plenty of sewing to do in the next week, I did get a good start.

The project that I am working on now is a green bag that I can carry my camera and lenses in (as well as my Bible and notebook, making it an extra handy bag to carry, especially at conferences). The interior is a floral pattern in Autumn colors.

Once the bag is finished, I will post pictures and share about a few of the specialties about it (this bag has some interesting ingredients, but you’ll have to wait to find out!).

I also wanted to thank all of you for voting for my blog at The HSBA Post under Best Photos and Artistic Content Blog. I am truly honored that you chose to vote for my blog. Thank you.

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, praising our great Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all His wonderful works! We have so much to be thankful for, let us not take a single moment for granted!

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  1. 3 Responses to “Thank you . . .”

  2. Miss Eyebright on Dec 3, 2009 said:

    Oooh, I can’t wait to see the finished bag! It looks darling, even from just viewing a piece of it! I am so glad that you won the HSBA awards! How exciting!

  3. Cousin Margaret on Dec 4, 2009 said:

    I’m glad you had a wonderful birthday…and the time to start all your projects. Busy lady. I finally started a hat, it will be for Mom for Christmas…surprised?
    And congratulations on winning the BCACB award!

  4. Emily Elizabeth on Dec 5, 2009 said:

    I can’t wait to see your bag in person :D And YOU of course!! ;)

    I have been doing quite a bit of knitting lately and thought I’d tell you that I *love* making the fingerless mittens! A very nice, quick project…because I’m really bad about starting a scarf…and then not finishing it. :P These are quick and easy…thanks for sharing!

    Less than a week!
    ✿ Emily

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