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I am a Homemaker and Freight Broker (with my husband) who has a love of needle crafts, sewing, crochet, cross-stitch. I learned to sew in 2007, really love using vintage patterns (1940's, 50's, 60's) & and seeing how I can modernize them with fabric choices and trims). I need 25 hours in a day to get to everything I want to do!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Gadget of the day, word of the day


Gadget of the day:
Your Word is "Peace"


You see life as precious, and you wish everyone was safe, happy, and taken care of.
Social justice, human rights, and peace for all nations are all important to you.

While you can't stop war, you try to be as calm and compassionate as possible in your everyday life.
You promote harmony and cooperation. You're always willing to meet someone a little more than halfway.

2 comments:

Julia said...

How neat that so many of the sewing bloggers' word is peace. It's good to know there are so many peace making people out there. I read bck through several of your osts. How many children do you have?
I noticed that one son has CP. We have a 22 year old niece who has CP. She has never walked, but has had a wonderful life so far. Thankfully her parents are the type to be able to handle stress and difficulties very well. They also fought a lot for the education opportunities for her.
I pray that your son has as many opportunities and that God will give you the strength that you will need to handle any adversity you may confront with his condition.
I sew ostly for children.

Julia said...

I have just recently found your blog. I sew for children too.
I think it's really neat that so many bloggers' word is peace. Mine is love. We need lots of peace loving and peace making people in this crazy world.
I noticed in one of your posts that you have a son with CP. We have a 23 year old niece with CP. She has never walked, but because her parents worked so diligently with her and for her she has done well. She's a very smart and sweet young lady. Her mom, in particular, was a real advocate for opportunities for her education and activities.
How many children do you have?