Friday, March 30, 2012


Just a quick little post of my work in progress.   I am crocheting some little blankets for a gift to a friend of mine who is adopting 2 little girls.  I loved these little flower-like circles when I saw them, and decided to make a variety of colors, which would give me a little freedom to mix and match to my hearts content.  Their bedroom is a theme of flowers and is waiting cozily for them.    So as I crochet, I pray for them, and the future the Lord has for them.

I have been working in the garden and lavishing in all the beautiful sunshine.  My strawberries are coming up, and I watered them today for the first time.  I decided I am going to have to put up a little fence around them, because the bunnies are already enjoying their tender leaves.  The bunnies helped themselves to the leaves last year as well... I wish I could share with them... but no, it won't work.
Our seedlings are coming up both outside and inside.  Checking their progress and watering them each day is a happy chore.  

Steve  has been recovering this week from surgery on that leg.  All went well, and we are hopeful he will be well on the mend in 3-4 weeks.  Until then, he is back to crutches... that is the hardest part for him; to not be able to do what he does...... very difficult for any of us.

Blessings to you all,



  1. I pray Steve will continue to heal and quickly. I'd go bonkers not being able to get around normally. I like the way you start your seedlings. We'd have fun as neighbors. The blankets for the little girls are going to be beautiful. The colors are gorgeous! If you plant ginger root in deep pots to give them room to grow, you should be able to get some going. They can always be put inside where there's plenty of light.

  2. Hi Pam,
    It has been a while since I've been by to visit your blog. I love the crocheting you are doing. So fun to make pretty things with our very own hands.

    Your family is beautiful.


  3. Praying for your husband's healing! Praying for God's grace to sustain you all as you wait, so thankful his surgery was successful on his leg. We don't have much hope of being able to grow much this year, w/ Boone around every plant in our yard is taking a beating. Puppies! Sigh!

  4. Forgot to mention how lovely your little flower/circles are! They'll be so sweet when made into blankets for those precious babies!