Oh I do hope that that is a fabric shoppe and not some gal's private stash...
I agree...we were meant to stay busy....I am greatful for you and the way that you helped me as I got back into stitching..haven't done any through the holidays, moving, sickness, BUT I am bringing my little tote into my room and putting it by my recliner and getting Goin'Deby
Very true! I enjoyed a cold afternoon by baking bread! Warmed the house and our tummies!
I also hope that is a fabric store. If not, you really have your work cut out for you. Have fun!
Great inspiration! And a beautiful picture. My hands have been very busy today! Tomorrow I get a little break, and some time to myself. Time to refresh and renew...always a good thing! :o) Becky
I made bread today!First time it turned out great! the whole family loved it!There is also soy yogurt incubating.
Sweetie do you happen to have a tea cozy pattern?
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How lovely! Thank you for elevating "homemaking" and the blessings of being the women God intended us to be!
Fabulous verse!Have a wonderful weekend.Mine is BUSY as usual.Blessings,Sandy
When I was a young homemaker Isewed EVERY day!(Well maybe 5 days a week anyway!)
After a big move in December, unpacking, and collapsing...(ha!), well, I'm finally back to the blogs that I hold dear.I love the stacks of fabric. I don't quilt, but I walk into quilting stores just to admire the stacks and prints.Barry, my hubby, is from PA.,so he KNOWS Shoo-Fly Pie! I'll have to finally break down and make it for the guy!Hugs, KJ
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