November 5, 2010

Mark 9:23

"All things are possible to him that believeth."

It felt good to get up early Tuesday Nov. 2, walk down the street in the dark and look up to see the moon waning into a thin fingernail shape, then the constellation Orion at 7 o'clock. I voted. I am happy with the results, too. I do love America.
For a chance to win this book, enter Jane's giveaway here. You may end up wanting to buy this book for yourself or a little child you know. Jane is an Orthodox Christian. She also wrote "The Woman and the Wheat."
Isn't this just such a pretty sweater? Knit sideways, mostly... I am a crochet girl, though. Hannah, Olivia & I went to a local yarn shop and had a great time talking with the folks there, who sat around an inviting table, needles working, talking of shawls, socks, scarves, etc.


elizabeth said...

Nice sweater! very lovely!

thanks for your comment.... well I am around in some pictures but well... they are old pictures, some over 10 years...

I entered the give away earlier! Very cool.

GretchenJoanna said...

Ah, we were admiring the same slivery moon.
That is the cutest sweater!! Thanks for showing it. I went to her site and bookmarked it for when I become an expert knitter...ha ha

Allison said...

i do think that is an adorable sweater! if only there were a crochet version...