I returned home from Texas last night, very tired but very happy that I could attend such a special event in my son’s life. It was an amazing experience, one that I now share with millions of parents across this great country of ours. To all of the young men and women making the decision to serve our country, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your proud service and selfless dedication.
I stayed up to watch too much of the Red Sox game last night when I returned home so, in light of this tired stupor I find myself in, I am postponing my Saturday Morning Tea til next week. To all of my loyal tea review readers, thank you for your patience. If there is a specific kind of tea that you would like to see me review, please let me know.
What a handsome young man, Karen. You must be very proud of him. I’m with you in saluting the men and women who keep us safe. They don’t get near the credit they deserve. So glad your trip went well.
That’s a lovely picture, Karen. My husband stayed up until the bitter (and disappointing) end of last night’s game but I folded somewhere in the sixth inning. Thought of you today when I was moved to buy a Sage Woman magazine at B&N…
Thanks so much Arline!
Thanks Acey! Oh wow, Sagewoman is still around? I’ll have to look for it next time I visit B&N. 🙂
Congratulations! You must be so proud of your son. That is a nice picture of the two of you.
I enjoy reading your blog. I love the last cabochons you beaded around and the freeform bracelet AND Ella’s blanket!! Where can I find the pattern for the stitch or do you have the name so that I can look it up? I love the idea of using the variegated yarn for it for the special effect it produces. I am into knitting handbags and I think the would be a great pattern for a handbag. Thanks in advance for letting me know.
Thanks so much Toine! I’ll write it down for you and send an e-mail. 🙂