And a little exercise helped too
Monday January 25th 2010, 11:52 pm
Filed under: "Wrapped in Comfort",Friends,Knit

I needed to immerse myself in work.  The house is cleaner now and guests were fed tonight, with Michelle and John preparing as much as I did. It did us all good.

I had two unfinished lace scarves, and considering the pair for several moments, I picked up the one that didn’t require much out of me; just a little more of my time. The one I’d thought I was going to finish Saturday night after Nina‘s birthday party, before we heard the news.

A little water and wire, now, to bring out the best in it so it can be ready to go forward wherever it may need to go.  Created with love, to be sent forward for peace.

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As always, I know you’ll be inspired to send it to the most needy recipient.

Comment by Barbara-Kay 01.26.10 @ 5:52 am

Created with love, to be sent forward for peace.

What better reason could there be?

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 01.26.10 @ 7:55 am

“Created with love, to be sent forward for peace.”

That, in a nutshell (no squirrels, thankyouverymuch) sums up a philosophy that more people need to strive towards. You are one of the wisest people I know and I want to be like you when I grow up.

Comment by Kathy in San Jose 01.26.10 @ 7:56 am


Comment by Liz U 01.26.10 @ 9:44 am

Sometimes we need something to do without a lot of thought. And to do it in love has to be the best of motivations.

Humor –

The teacher was trying to get her young students to understand the meaning of the word SUFFICIENT, but she was not having much success. After several attempts, she said, “Okay, let’s try this. I have a small cat, and when she is hungry, I pour some milk into her dish. And she laps it all up. So I pour some more milk into her dish, and she laps up all of that. Then I pour more milk into her dish, but she only laps up about half of it. The cat has had sufficient milk. Now, can anyone give me the meaning of the word SUFFICIENT?”

A little girl was wildly waving her hand in the air. “Yes, Susie, what is the meaning of the word SUFFICIENT?”

And Susie responded, “A cat full of milk!”

Comment by Don Meyer 01.26.10 @ 10:28 am

Peace is a wonderful thing to wrap up in.

Comment by Channon 01.26.10 @ 12:54 pm

Love and peace given unconditionally, no better gifts exist.

Comment by TripletMom 01.26.10 @ 3:34 pm

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