I can see the orange haze on the horizon as the morning exhales a yawn, and seems to be ready to rise. ~ Jeb Dickerson
Saturday salutations to one and all. Wow! Friday came and Friday went. Zack now has baseball practice Friday mornings. Every Friday we go out to eat as a family and pick a different restaurant each time. Zack had a belated Halloween party at 2:30 pm. Sam and I went to the plant souk to buy plants for our bedroom balcony. I cleaned and then somehow, the day was done. During all the car rides, even at the restaurant, and before going to bed, I did manage to crochet and finished off two dishcloths I had previously started plus completed a third just this morning. The pattern is so easy. All the yarn I used was bought while in North Carolina over the summer. Time for a trip to the only craft store around to get some more.
I love the sweet smell of dawn -
our unique daily opportunity to smell time,
to smell opportunity -
each morning being, a new beginning.
My moss roses have been blooming like crazy with the cooler temperatures we are having in the mornings now. I just love them! They grow all year long, can also be used for ground cover, and although they don't bloom during the hot summer months, I can always count on them to provide me with beautiful pink flowers in their own perfect time. (I am thankful that I am able to spot beauty in my surroudnings.)
I was so excited when I found the above magazine at True Value. It came complete with pages of cut-outs and cards with envelopes for Christmas crafting. Quite often, magazines do not come with their complimentary gifts. Although the package was open with this magazine, everything was left intact and that made me very happy indeed! (I am thankful for the opportunity to craft and create.)
Sam bought this purse for me at Bida'a Antiques. I had my eye on it a couple of times. It has bells on it so "jingles" when I walk.
And here's Jingles! Anytime you use the word, she thinks you are talking about her. Even when we sing Jingle Bells, she thinks it is all about her! HA! Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend. (I am thankful for this day.) Peace & blessings, Tammy