Sunday, January 20, 2013

One Last 2012 Project

Firstborn got an adorable headband for Christmas from her Aunt K. (Or as we say, Aunt Boo.) We made a pattern from it and made some more. The top one was the gift. The bottom two we made from scraps I had.
And then nightfall came and our two and a half weeks of fun, family, and frenzy were over. Back to school! Time to begin 2013! Did you accomplish any mini-projects during the holiday? I'd love to hear about it!


Tara G. said...

I made new stockings and some holiday pillows. I took a break until the night before last weekend's bday party and made a table runner. I am all sewed out and am getting ready to paint another room. The headbands are cute!!!!

Anonymous said...


I had to stop and mention that I read your SIL's most recent blog post (Reading her blog and your blog is kind of like reading two of the gospels in the NT. Same story, different points of view - ha. It is fun.)

But I read what she said about you and Ross which went right along with what my mother and dad had told me about you after meeting you in Singapore.

I have to tell you publically that it touched my heart. I can't go into the details here, but suffice it to say it left me with tears.

God bless you Sara. I have watched you grow as a mother, like you always say . . . just one step ahead of you . . . and have enjoyed the journey. You and I think so much alike in a lot of things.

I love seeing the calling on people's lives. I love watching G as He works through others. I just love G, period, you know?

Thank you for sharing your day-to-day live on your blog. I told you it is like a favorite novel . . I enjoy reading the stories you tell and relate to many of them.

Take care of yourself. Someday we will all be together, won't we? Won't that be a wonderful day?? I love life and living here but I look forward to the day when all the saints are gathered together. What stories there will be to tell then, don't you think? Sharing how G brought us through . . Praising Him for eternity.

Much love to you my sister in C,

Anonymous said...

Those are so cute, and they seem easy to make.

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