What would be the chance that the wood from which my spinning wheels were made is the very same wood from which the manger was crafted - in which He was laid as a babe in swaddling cloth? Is it silly to imagine that the very table of the Last Supper might have been hewn … Continue reading Wonder in Wood & Wool
I have received word that my dear friend, Marion Gagan Kovach, has gone home to be with her Savior. The following Reflection was written just this morning, knowing that He might be coming for her very soon. While I am bereft, already feeling lost without my friend's presence here, I wholeheartedly affirm the words of … Continue reading Advent
I marvel that it is holiday time once again. Somehow the seasons roll 'round more quickly and I know all too well how fast this wonderful season will fly by if I don't take time to drink it in. I'm planning on stitching and drawing with the purpose of slowing myself down a bit, taking time … Continue reading Draw & Stitch Together through Advent!
Earth is crammed with heaven, and every common bush afire with God; but only he who sees takes off his shoes." -Elizabeth Barret Browning I'm waking early these days. I haven't been able to pinpoint why until this morning. Usually, when I start waking up early, it's due to worries and cares vying for brain … Continue reading Every Common Bush