Sunday, December 21, 2008

Sunday- Snowy but Special

Well church was not canceled and I am glad. Our Pastor did his annual message based on "A Christmas Carol" aka "Scrooge" and as usual it was awesome. That story is so full of truth and wisdom on how we are to be shining our lights and reaching out to others and not just at Christmas. It was so worth venturing out in the snow. This message always holds a special place in my heart.

After church I finished the hat I started yesterday, here is the front view
And here is a side view.

I made another hat today too but I'll show that tomorrow. I also learned how to make an ICORD today so I can finally finish those mini felted bags I started in October, LOL. Hopefully pictures of those felted will follow tomorrow as well.


Looks like I will be snowed in tomorrow as well. I am sure my husband will be taking my car again. Here is a picture from our deck out back...

Well it's been a long day and I am getting tired. I think I'll hit the hay and start again tomorrow.

Sweet dreams

AK

5 comments:

smariek said...

I love the look of pristine snow. I am enjoying everyone else's snow photos. It's beautiful, but I don't think I can live in it.

Tea said...

Oh, we would love to get a snow like that! I know you probably get tired of it, but we're snow-needy in the South. Send it on down! :)

Anita O said...

Nice snow! there was a blizzard warning to the counties North of us. We just got a slight dusting. Wish they would take the cold, too! Really, I would love to get tons of snow.
I like the idea of giving all year, to be a light to the world in all seasons. Something we are working on in our household.
Have a great and snowy day.

Mimi aka pz5wjj said...

Wow! Look at all that snow! No wonder you need those hats with all sorts of protection from the elements! They're cool btw....

Makes me glad to be in ATL!

Merry Christmas Kathy!

Kenyetta said...

I love the hat! You can keep the snow, I dread it!

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