Fabric Paper Thread

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Blog Tags:sewing, crafting, handmade, beauty, creativity, faith
Country:Canada

Creativity in living. Looking at my world from different perspectives. Sewing, gardening, cooking, crafting.



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The rising wind and darkening skies hinted at the weather to come. We thought we'd get a walk in before the rain began, but we didn't quite make it. The Songhees Walkway follows the Inner Harbour on the west side. Two enormous yachts lie at the...

Bright September

on Sep 14, 2017

The morrow was a bright September morn,The earth was beautiful as if new born;There was a nameless splendor everywhere,A wild exhilaration in the air.Henry Wadsworth LongfellowA day of mist and drizzle last weekend was the exception, not the norm for...

Between the Seasons

on Sep 10, 2017 in: hiking

Autumn is hanging out in our neighbourhood. The first glimpse was around 8 pm one evening when a few raindrops fell as I picked a few raspberries. Temperatures dropped, more rain fell, and I listened to it softly falling during the night. We are than...

Marching into Autumn

on Sep 3, 2017 in: Canada

Our hot summer days continue and there's not much autumnal about the weather. We could do with some rain. Meanwhile, as the sun shines, we make the most of it. Last Sunday we went to the grounds of Royal Roads University, formerly known as Hatle...

Should you drive from the southern coast of British Columbia into the Interior, you might choose to take the Coquihalla Highway. Along the way you might be intrigued by road signs for Romeo, Portia, Lear, Juliet, and more. Andrew McCulloch was t...

Waning August

on Aug 29, 2017 in: flowers

I went into Michael's today for a couple of things for school and was appalled to see not only fall decor items (I'm still in summer mode), but Christmas items, too! Waaaay too early.The hydrangeas are fading, but continue to produce a few new mophea...

Paying Attention

on Aug 24, 2017 in: nature

Mary Oliver begins her poem "The Summer Day" with "Who made the world? Who made the swan, and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper?This grasshopper, I mean..." Notice how her focus changes from broad to narrow? On our boating...