Saturday, November 05, 2005

Wishing you all a restful Lord's Day. I've been a model housewife today....ironing is all done and I have a meatloaf in the oven. It's amazing how much I can accomplish when I'm not online = ). But....its all there waiting for me when I am online. Thats the reliable thing about work. There's always an overflow of it waiting for you. Life goes on, the sunshine with the rain. I'm going to spend the evening collaging and thats fun waiting for me. 'An unhurried sense of time is in itself a form of wealth' ...Bonnie Friedman. To not hurry is to be relaxed I think...calm. This is my wish for you tonight, if you have time to look up this wonderful passage in Scripture....Jeremiah 29:11-13. Thankyou for all the lovely comments you left....I'm thankful for every blog friend....you make my life sunny. Posted by Picasa

10 comments:

Shelley said...

How do you make your meatloaf? I never used to like it when I was younger...mom put vegetable soup in it and I think bread crumbs and it used to gross me out.

When my grandmother died in 1989, our neighbour brought over a meatloaf and it was fabulous, and then a friend of my ex-boyfriends had made one one time and it was great...I should have got the recipe from her but didn't...sad. I've grown to like meatloaf now though, but need a good recipe

Peggy said...

love your posts and scriptures Ms Maggie.... have a good evening. hugs my friend

Shelley said...

In reply to your reply on my blog, thanks for the recipe!! Sounds delicious!

I will try to get some pics of the sweater I'm making my nephew. It's really quite a simple pattern using Lion Brand Homespun yarn...I got the pattern off the label.

As for the mitten tree at church, every year we put up a tree and people in the church will knit (some buy) mittens, hats, scarves, socks, sweaters, blankets, etc. and some people have even put a few toys under it. The items are donated to various places that the church supports to be handed out to children (and adults if there are adult items) around Christmas. My first Christmas at church (in 2000), I saw the mitten tree and felt the Lord giving me a very strong desire to learn to knit so I could make mittens for the tree. So, once I finally learned, I have now been putting mittens up for the past 3 Christmases (took me a year to finally get someone to teach me to knit lol).

Perpetual Chocoholic said...

I went for an unhurried stroll with my husband this evening. I think it's been years since we've walked no where for fun like that alone together. It was lovely!

Saija said...

you make my day sunny! :o)
i've been busier lately and i miss my daily visits ... hope your Sunday is truly blessed! big (hugs) sent your way!

ms*robyn said...

I love the picture MaggieAnn ~thankyou! hope all is well in your world - x x

Isabelle said...

You bring sunlight in my life as well, dear friend.

Here is a little present just for you:
present for Maggie Ann

Have a beautiful Sunday!

Isabelle said...

Forgot to add... What is a meatloaf? This is wholly new to me... I love baking, so you pique my curiosity. I hope the morning finds you rested and happy!

Ruth said...

hi maggie ann! thank you for your lovely comment on my page! i always feel so blessed when visiting yours - especially when you leave verses. they encourage me as i walk throughout my day! =)

sparrow's song said...

I really enjoy old postcards. I have some I managed to save from being thrown away when my grandmother cleaned out her attic. Is this one being used in your collaging?

It's a pleasure to meet u.