Monthly Archives: January 2015

August/September Sewing: Ornament Time!

For the fifth year in a row (here’s years #1 and #2 and #3 and #4), I was in charge of designing and coordinating the sewing of felt ornaments to be sold at our Advent Bazaar, supporting the mercy ministries … Continue reading

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Off To Alaska! (part 2 of 3)

Here’s Part 1. We didn’t see the older cousins very much (you know, school attendance being important and all that) but we did get to hang out with them a bit.  Alex made the coolest little mouse out of the … Continue reading

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November Sewing: Stars for Baby Star

A young friend of mine had a baby in November.  I pulled the fabric for her blanket and then realized that she was planning on naming her little girl, “Star.” Hoping she would think this was fun and not overly … Continue reading

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Off To Alaska! (part 1 of 3)

The second week of December, I took my kids on a plane to Alaska by myself (I’m crazy, I know) to visit my family.  It was a bit of a spontaneous trip (i.e. we only bought our tickets in the … Continue reading

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He’s Two! (How is this possible?)

Happy 2nd Birthday, Marko!  We love you so much! How is possible that you’ve grown from this… …to this? (Or more realistically, this?) We can’t image life without you!!

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