Gosh, it has been almost two weeks since my last post.
Will anyone come back to see me?
Life has been busy with the added stress of a few deadlines - things that I am unable to share yet, but hope it will be worth the wait :) In addition, I have had debilitating headaches for a month now. I've tried to "power through" the best I can, but my concentration and productivity were severely impacted. I was able to see a specialist this week and hope I am on the path to healing. The hardest part of the solution is only eating a very soft diet - nothing harder than pasta. I can't believe it, but I really miss my salads :)
For those of you that are still here, I'd like to have a little giveaway.
I made a little button box out of neutral wool.
Of course, I had to fill the button box with a handful of vintage cream colored buttons of plastic, mother of pearl and glass.
The little box features different wool on each side.
All in neutral creamy tones.
And here are the little handful of buttons.
This little giveaway is open to all.
To enter leave me a comment on this post or if you are not on blogger, feel free to send me an email to:
with the subject "Giveaway" so that I can find it :)
Unfortunately, I won't be back to post again for another long week or so.
I am off to the "From Our Hands and Hearts" workshop in Peninsula, Ohio.
You can read about it here.
I'll be taking classes with Rebekah L. Smith and Stacy Nash! How fun is that?!
I'm looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting some new ones as well.
(a sneak peek of my Stacy Nash class homework.)
My question for you... I will be traveling I-80 across Indiana and Ohio. Are there any wool, cross stitch, or antique shops near the highway that should not be missed? Any shops near Peninsula that are "must see"s? I don't want to miss anything! Please comment or send me an email if you have any suggestions.
I'll even give you two entries in the giveaway ;)
I will be back on May 4th with the winner of my giveaway and a full report of the workshop!
"To them God has chosen to make known among the Gentiles the glorious riches of this mystery, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.
He is the one we proclaim, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone fully mature in Christ."