I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.
Who doesn't love a rainbow? I get tingles up and down my spine every time I see one. God's eternal promise to his people. WOW!! However the rain before the bow sometimes is blinding and confusing.
As I continue to adjust to my "new normal" I am reminded of the rain and the rainbow. You can't have one without the other!! As I walk through the rain one thing is for sure that Jesus is walking right beside me and one day we will both see the RAINBOW!!
Design Wall Monday
I am ready to quilt my Baby Boy #3 flannel scrap quilt. I started this quilt with orphan blocks in the center and worked out with what I had from there. These quilts are so soft and cozy. The children I have made them for often use them till they are 5 or 6 years old. Yeah!! Nothing fancy but they are always loved.
This is my Take 5 "camp quilt" that I made while Debby was here but didn't get mine finished. I am sending this to PA as a gift for a dear friend who retired in May. I know I am late but hey----I have had a few things on my plate since then. The fact is I am getting it done and that is all that matters.
|On my work table ready to quilt. I quilted this Saturday.|
|Completed, binding and all. Already washed and ready to label.|
|The backside hanging over my banister rail on the second floor|
|Looking up from the first floor!!|
|Labeled!! This is one of my goals in 2013....that no quilt leaves this house without a label!! So far...so good!|
|Boxed up and ready to mail!! I feel so accomplished!!|
Today my friends are coming for lunch and we are going to embroider more of the little Valentine Aprons for granddaughters. Seems they are quite the hit and everybody wants one for their "little" Valentine. Bring an apron over, eat some lunch with us and join the fun as we will stitch and monogram it together!!