December 31, Today’s thought – Another Year

june 16 008God has been faithful to His promises this year.

Good Morning

Isaiah 42:5-9

Thus saith God the Lord, he that created the heavens, and stretched them out; he that spread forth the earth, and that which cometh out of it; he that giveth breath unto the people upon it, and spirit to them that walk therein: I the Lord have called thee in righteousness, and will hold thine hand, and will keep thee, and give thee for a covenant of the people, for a light of the Gentiles; To open the blind eyes, to bring out the prisoners from the prison, and them that sit in darkness out of the prison house. I am the Lord: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images. Behold, the former things are come to pass, and new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them.

Another year has come and gone.
How will this one go down in the books for you?
Did you meet new friends?
Did you start or finish any new projects?
Did you take a class or learn something new?
Did you read any books?
Did you bless those around you?
Your family?
Your neighbors?
Did you serve at your church?
Did you share your faith?
Did you pray more or less?
Did you draw closer to God?

Years come and go.
Are we growing and making a difference
in the time God had given us?
The questions raised above are not intended to elicit guilt,
but they are the kind of questions that help us determine
how much we are making our life count.

Consider writing down a highlight of your year
before you even begin to thinking about goals for the next year.
Do this thoughtfully and prayerfully.
Ask God to convict you in areas that need to change.
Let Him affirm you in areas where He is pleased with your life.
Let this account of your your challenge and encourage you
to live your best life yet in the days ahead.
from A Daybook of Grace

I’m considering . . .Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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Now the Day is Over

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Now the day is over,
Night is drawing nigh,
Shadows of the evening
Steal across the sky.

Now the darkness gathers,
Stars begin to peep,
Birds, and beasts and flowers
Soon will be asleep.

Jesus, give the weary
Calm and sweet repose;
With Thy tenderest blessing
May mine eyelids close.

Grant to little children
Visions bright of Thee;
Guard the sailors tossing
On the deep, blue sea.

Comfort those who suffer,
Watching late in pain;
Those who plan some evil
From their sin restrain.

Through the long night watches
May Thine angels spread
Their white wings above me,
Watching round my bed.

When the morning wakens,
Then may I arise
Pure, and fresh, and sinless
In Thy holy eyes.

Glory to the Father,
Glory to the Son,
And to Thee, blest Spirit,
While all ages run.

Sa­bine Bar­ing-Gould

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December 30 – Today’s thought – Scatter Blessings

dec 27 005Frosty lace edges

Good Morning

Matthew 25:40
And the King shall answer and say unto them,
Verily I say unto you,
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto
one of the least of these my brethren,
ye have done it unto me.

One cold morning Maurice awoke from his dreams and sat up in bed and listened. He thought he heard a knock at his window; but though the moon was shining brightly, Jack Frost had been so busily at work that Maurice could not see through the thickly painted panes. So he crept sleepily out of bed, and opened the window, and whispered: “Who is there?”

“I am,” replied a tinkling voice. “I am the little New Year, ho! ho! And I’ve promised to bring a blessing to everyone. But I am such a little fellow I need somebody to help me distribute them. Won’t you please come out and help?”

“Oh, it’s so cold!” said Maurice; “I’d rather go back to my warm bed; “ and he shivered as Jack Frost, who was passing, tickled him under the chin with one of the frosty paint brushes.

“Never mind the cold,” urged the New Year; “please help me.”

So Maurice hurried into his clothes, and was soon out in the yard. There he found a rosy-cheeked boy a little smaller than himself, pulling a large cart which seemed to be loaded with good things. On one side of this cart was painted the word “Love,” and on the other “Kindness.” As soon as the New Year saw Maurice he said, “Now please take hold and help me pull;” and down the driveway and up the hill they traveled until they came to an old shanty.

“Here is where I make my first call,” said the New Year. Maurice looked wonderingly at him. “Why, nobody lives here but an old colored man who works for us; and he hasn’t any children!” “He needs my help,” said the New Year; “for grown people like to be thought of just as much as children do. You shovel out a path to his door, while I unload some of my blessings; and the little hands went busily at work, piling up warm clothing, wood, and a new year’s dinner, the New Year singing as he worked:—

“Oh, I am the little New Year; ho! ho!
Here I come tripping it over the snow,
Shaking my bells with a merry din;
So open your door and let me in.”

Old Joe, hearing some noise outside, came to the door, and when he saw all the nice gifts the tears ran down his cheeks for gladness; and as he carried them into the house, he whispered: “The dear Lord has been here to-night.”

“Where am we going now?” asked Maurice, as they ran down the hill. “To take some flowers to a poor sick girl,” answered the New Year.

Soon they came to a small white house, where the New Year stopped. “Why, Bessie, our sewing girl lives, here,” said Maurice. “I didn’t know she was sick.” “See,” said the New Year, “this window is open a little; let us throw this bunch of pinks into the room. They will please her when she wakes, and will make her happy for several days.”

Then they hurried to other places, leaving some blessing behind them.

“What a wonderful cart you have,” said Maurice; “though you have taken so much out, it never seems to get empty.” “You are right, Maurice, there is never any end to love and kindness. As long as I find people to love and be kind to, my cart is full of blessings for them; and it will never grow empty until I can no longer find people to help. If you will go with me every day and help me scatter my blessings, you will see how happy you will be all the long year.”

“A happy New Year!” called someone; and Maurice found himself in bed, and his sister standing in the doorway smiling at him. “Have you had a pleasant dream, dear?” she asked.

“Why, where is the little New Year?” said Maurice; “he was just here with me.”

“Come into Mamma’s room and see what he has brought you,” answered his sister. There in a snowy white cradle he found a tiny baby brother, the gift of the New Year. How happy Maurice was then! But he did not forget his dream. Old Joe and Bessie had their gifts, too, and Maurice tried so hard to be helpful that he made all his friends glad because the happy New Year had come.
~~~Ellen Robena Field

Resolutions ? for the New Year
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 27 – Today’s thought – Praying hands


Good Morning

He has made everything beautiful in its time.
Ecclesiastes 3:21

Below is a wonderfully touching story about Dürer’s Praying Hands that is circulated widely. It tells of Dürer doing his creation in appreciation of a brother who went to work in the mines to support Albrecht’s education. There his hands were deformed. There is no credible source for this story. It appears to be a relatively modern work of myth and fiction.

The Praying Hands

Back in the fifteenth century, in a tiny village near Nuernberg, lived a family with eighteen children. Eighteen! In order merely to keep food on the table for this mob, the father and head of the household, a goldsmith by profession, worked almost eighteen hours a day at his trade and any other paying chore he could find in the neighborhood.

Despite their seemingly hopeless condition, two of Albrecht Dürer the Elder’s children had a dream. They both wanted to pursue their talent for art, but they knew full well that their father would never be financially able to send either of them to Nuernberg to study at the Academy. After many long discussions at night in their crowded bed, the two boys finally worked out a pact. They would toss a coin. The loser would go down into the nearby mines and, with his earnings, support his brother while he attended the academy. Then, when that brother who won the toss completed his studies, in four years, he would support the other brother at the academy, either with sales of his artwork or, if necessary, also by laboring in the mines.

They tossed a coin on a Sunday morning after church. Albrecht Dürer won the toss and went off to Nuernberg. Albert went down into the dangerous mines and, for the next four years, financed his brother, whose work at the academy was almost an immediate sensation. Albrecht’s etchings, his woodcuts, and his oils were far better than those of most of his professors, and by the time he graduated, he was beginning to earn considerable fees for his commissioned works.

When the young artist returned to his village, the Dürer family held a festive dinner on their lawn to celebrate Albrecht’s triumphant homecoming. After a long and memorable meal, punctuated with music and laughter, Albrecht rose from his honored position at the head of the table to drink a toast to his beloved brother for the years of sacrifice that had enabled Albrecht to fulfill his ambition. His closing words were, “And now, Albert, blessed brother of mine, now it is your turn. Now you can go to Nuernberg to pursue your dream, and I will take care of you.”

All heads turned in eager expectation to the far end of the table where Albert sat, tears streaming down his pale face, shaking his lowered head from side to side while he sobbed and repeated, over and over, “No …no …no …no.”

Finally, Albert rose and wiped the tears from his cheeks. He glanced down the long table at the faces he loved, and then, holding his hands close to his right cheek, he said softly, “No, brother. I cannot go to Nuernberg. It is too late for me. Look … look what four years in the mines have done to my hands! The bones in every finger have been smashed at least once, and lately I have been suffering from arthritis so badly in my right hand that I cannot even hold a glass to return your toast, much less make delicate lines on parchment or canvas with a pen or a brush. No, brother … for me it is too late.”

More than 450 years have passed. By now, Albrecht Dürer’s hundreds of masterful portraits, pen and silver-point sketches, watercolors, charcoals, woodcuts, and copper engravings hang in every great museum in the world, but the odds are great that you, like most people, are familiar with only one of Albrecht Dürer’s works. More than merely being familiar with it, you very well may have a reproduction hanging in your home or office.

One day, to pay homage to Albert for all that he had sacrificed, Albrecht Dürer painstakingly drew his brother’s abused hands with palms together and thin fingers stretched skyward. He called his powerful drawing simply “Hands,” but the entire world almost immediately opened their hearts to his great masterpiece and renamed his tribute of love “The Praying Hands.”

To read more about Albrecht Durer

Help another   .  .  .  Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 26, Today’s thought – A Prayer

dec 26-ipad 001I must have been very, very good this year.
My Christmas gift from son, Dan and his family.

Good Morning

Ephesians 3:14-19
For this cause I bow my knees
unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
Of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named,
That he would grant you, according to the riches of his glory,
to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man;
That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye,
being rooted and grounded in love,
May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth,
and length, and depth, and height;
And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge,
that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God.

A classic Devotional from Henry Van Dyke

The day of joy returns, Father in Heaven,
and crowns another year with peace and goodwill.
Help us rightly to remember the firth of Jesus,
that we may share in the song of the angels,
the gladness of the shepherds,
and the worship of the wise men.
Close the doors of hate, and
open the doors of love all over the world.
Let kindness come with every gift
and good desires with every greeting.
Deliver us from evil,
by the blessing that Christ brings,
and teach us to be merry with clean hearts.
May the Christmas morning make us
happy to be thy children,
and the Christmas evening bring us to our bed
with grateful thoughts, forgiving and forgiven,
for Jesus’ sake.

May this be our prayer . . . Every Day
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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DEcember 25 – Today’s thought – Unto Us

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Good Morning

For unto us a child is born,
unto us a son is given:
and the government shall be upon his shoulder:
and his name shall be called Wonderful,
The mighty God,
The everlasting Father,
The Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6

His Name Will Be by Wise Guys and Starry Skies

I tried to just link the song, but it is under copyright.

Merry Christmas, Leslie

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December 24, Today’s thought – Speak Peace

P1030499Merry Christmas Eve

Good Morning

I have been reading Psalm 85 over and over
since our pastor mentioned it in a sermon recently.
These verses keep speaking to my heart.

Psalm 85:1-2,7-13
Lord, thou hast been favourable unto thy land:
thou hast brought back the captivity of Jacob.
Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of thy people,
thou hast covered all their sin.
Selah. [pause, and calmly realize what that means]

Shew us thy mercy, O Lord, and grant us thy salvation.
I will hear what God the Lord will speak:
for he will speak peace unto his people,
and to his saints:
but let them not turn again to folly.
Surely his salvation is nigh them that fear him;
that glory may dwell in our land.
Mercy and truth are met together;
righteousness and peace have kissed each other.
Truth shall spring out of the earth;
and righteousness shall look down from heaven.
Yea, the Lord shall give that which is good;
and our land shall yield her increase.
Righteousness shall go before him;
and shall set us in the way of his steps.

How beautiful is the Word of God . . . Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 23 – Today’s thought – All Comfort

dec 23 candle 001My favorite Christmas candle

Good Morning

2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.

2 Corinthians 1:3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of sympathy (pity and mercy) and the God [Who is the Source] of every comfort (consolation and encouragement), The Amplified Bible

Too much comfort can be a problem, obviously.
Too much convenience,
too little discipline can cause us to grow complacent,
unready for challenges that come our way.
But there’s a different,
more necessary type of comfort–
the kind of loving care that makes life not only bearable,
but joyful.
And the Bible tells us that God offers us
that kind of comfort in abundance.
Paul calls God the
“Father of compassion and the God of all comfort”
and David says of the Good Shepherd,
“your rod and your staff, they comfort me” (Psalm 23:4).

It’s not that God is cushiony and coddling.
It’s that He has entered our world and taken on our pain.
Even if He doesn’t take away our hard times.
He promises to stay beside us,
loving us every step of the way.
And that is a very comforting thought.
from A Daybook of Grace

The Message
2 Corinthians 1:3-5 All praise to the God and Father of our Master, Jesus the Messiah! Father of all mercy! God of all healing counsel! He comes alongside us when we go through hard times, and before you know it, he brings us alongside someone else who is going through hard times so that we can be there for that person just as God was there for us. We have plenty of hard times that come from following the Messiah, but no more so than the good times of his healing comfort—we get a full measure of that, too.

Rest in His comfort . . .Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

dec 23 candle 003My favorite Christmas candle in the daylight,
Pineapple Pine cone 

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December 21, Today’s thought – No Room

feb10 evning light 002A Winter evening’s Light

Good Morning

Some of the saddest words on earth are

“We don’t have room for you.”

Jesus knew the sound of those words.
He was still in Mary’s womb when the innkeeper said,
“We don’t have room for you” (Luke 2:7).

And when he was hung on the cross,
wasn’t the message one of utter rejection?
“We don’t have room for you in our world.”

Even today Jesus is given the same treatment.
He goes from heart to heart, asking if he might enter.
Every so often, he’s welcomed.
Someone throws open
the door of his or her heart and invites him to stay.
And to that person Jesus gives this great promise,
“In my Father’s house are many rooms” (John 14:2).

What a delightful promise he makes us!
We make room for him in our hearts….
And he makes room for us in his house!

From Grace for the Moment Max Lucado

Make Room. . . Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 18 – Today’s thought – Coincidence?

IMG_5246Grandma Crain’s home July, 2012.
She’s on my mind today.

Good Afternoon,

The Coincidence of Christmas

“And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city.” (Luke 2:1-3).

We know that Joseph and Mary lived in lowly Nazareth, and that they were relatively poor. We also know that the prophets of old foretold that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem, which is about 70 miles south of Nazareth. And we know that somehow Joseph and Mary, despite their financial challenges, would need to move to Bethlehem before the child is born.
But there is more to this story than at first meets the eye.
An angel could have appeared to them and said, “It’s time to go.” And a miraculous provision could have been made whereby the trip was rendered effortless. I mean, Elijah’s flaming chariot could have swooped down and whisked them away in seconds. Or, for that matter, the Spirit could have mysteriously transported them like He did with Ezekiel, or with Philip the Evangelist after he baptized the Ethiopian.
But no, it was a donkey ride for a very pregnant Mary.
Furthermore, it was necessary that Bethlehem be very crowded — in fact, over-crowded, so as to insure that there would be no room for them in the Inn; thus leaving them to the one place no one would choose on purpose — a stable behind the Inn, where a manger would serve as the Baby’s bed.
And, mind you, all this had to happen in ways that could not be detected as divine.
So God put it in the heart of Caesar Augustus to issue a decree that all the world be taxed, requiring every man to return to his home town. Thus Joseph, against his better judgment, had to submit to the law of Caesar and make the perilous trip to Bethlehem. Arriving at such an hour that all rooms had been taken — he settles into the stable and unknowingly finds himself at the epicenter of human history.
The Bible tells us that “God works all things after the counsel of His will.” So while Caesar regarded himself as the Emperor of the world, it was the Lord of Heaven and Earth who directed the King’s heart to accomplish His divine will.
When we carefully examine all the extraordinary events that each had to occur in an exact order and with specific timing so that Jesus would be born in Bethlehem, in a manger — we cannot but be staggered at how the hand of God worked in all these things.
This was more than mere coincidence — it was the Coincidence of Christmas.
Let me close by asking a question. Is it possible that the hand of God is still working in coincidental ways today, both in our world as well as in our personal lives, in order to bring more and more of Jesus into our daily affairs? And instead of murmuring and complaining about disruptions and inconveniences — might we all be better served by looking for how God’s hand is working, and then start thanking Him for what He is doing?  Rylie

Looking at things differently . . .Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 17 – Today’s thought – Benefits

dec17,13 naps 002Buster says ‘Naps’ are on his list of thankfuls.

Good Morning

Psalm 103:1-5
BLESS (AFFECTIONATELY, gratefully praise) the Lord,
O my soul;
and all that is [deepest] within me, bless His holy name!
Bless (affectionately, gratefully praise) the Lord, O my soul,
and forget not [one of] all His benefits–
Who forgives [every one of] all your iniquities,
Who heals [each one of] all your diseases,
Who redeems your life from the pit and corruption,
Who beautifies, dignifies, and crowns you
with loving-kindness and tender mercy;
Who satisfies your mouth
[your necessity and desire at your personal age and situation]
with good so that your youth, renewed,
is like the eagle’s [strong, overcoming, soaring]!
The Amplified Bible

In Psalm 103, the psalmist urges us to praise God
for all the things He does for us.
And the list is long:

  • He forgives our sins and heals our sicknesses (v.3)
  • He saves us from the messes we get into (v.4)
  • He gives us good gifts (v5)
  • He has compassion on us as His children (v15)

One possible cause of feelings of anxiety and lack in our lives is
that we trust in something–ourselves, money, another person–
more than we trust in God.
In times like these,
we need to let the truth sink into our hearts:
God is more than enough.
He lovingly meets our every need.
Step one to living joyfully and thankfully
in His grace is acknowledging His goodness.

from A Daybook of Grace

List His benefits . . .Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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Sunday Bible Reading -Isaiah 25:1,4,9-26:1-4

June 4 046the Farmer’s citrus orchard,
June, 2013,
hopefully it survived the December, 2013, below 30’s nights.

Good Morning

Isaiah 25:1,4,9
O Lord, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy counsels of old are faithfulness and truth.

4 For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall.

9 And it shall be said in that day, Lo, this is our God; we have waited for him, and he will save us: this is the Lord; we have waited for him, we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation.

Isaiah 26:1-4
In that day shall this song be sung in the land of Judah; We have a strong city; salvation will God appoint for walls and bulwarks. Open ye the gates, that the righteous nation which keepeth the truth may enter in. Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is everlasting strength:

Repeating Isaiah 25:4
For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall.

Amen and Amen

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December 13, Today’s thought – God’s Seasons

dec 13 berries grapesGrapes and Berries are pruned.
New raspberry starts are planted.
Fall clean-up is almost as busy as summer harvest.

Good Morning

Psalm 30:4-5
Sing unto the Lord, O ye saints of his, and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness. For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.

Paul did not take pleasure in infirmities,
He tells us that he was anxious to get rid
of the infirmity that clouded his life.
Bur when he saw that God supplied the grace
he began to love the supply
better than the freedom from infirmity.
He saw that it was better to have darkness
with stars brought out by it,
than all sunshine with no stars;
that the cold winds of winter
are as necessary for the world’s development
as the cheerful warmth of the spring and summer,
that the mantle of snow is as good for the earth
as the mantle of grass and flowers.
Bur for the snow mantle the mantle of flowers might not be.
When a man learns that God’s strength is perfect
through his infirmity, necessities, persecutions, and distresses,
he will by and by begin to welcome them
as an angel sent from heaven to minister to him. A. C. Dixon

Trust the seasons . . . Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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December 12, Today’s thought – Everything Heartily

new 071Summer Celebration Rose has such a sweet rosey aroma.

Good Afternoon,

Colossians 3:23
And whatsoever ye do,
do it heartily,
as to the Lord,
and not unto men;

“To a man who lives unto God nothing is secular, everything is sacred.

He puts on his workday garment and it is a vestment to him.

He sits down to his meal and it is a sacrament.

He goes forth to his labor, and therein exercises the office of the priesthood. His breath is incense and his life a sacrifice.

He sleeps on the bosom of God, and lives and moves in the divine presence.

To draw a hard and fast line and say, “This is sacred and this is secular,” is, to my mind, diametrically opposed to the teaching of Christ and the spirit of the gospel…

Peter saw a sheet let down from heaven in which were all manner of beasts and four-footed creatures, which he was bidden to kill and eat, and when he refused because they were unclean, he was rebuked by a voice from heaven, saying, “What God hath cleansed that call not thou common” [Acts 10:15; 11:9].

The Lord hath cleansed your houses, he has cleansed your bed chambers, your tables…  He has made the common pots and pans of your kitchens to be as the bowls before the altar –

if you know what you are and live according to your high calling.

You housemaids, you cooks, you nurses, you ploughmen, you housewives, you traders, you sailors, your labor is holy if you serve the Lord Christ in it, by living unto Him as you ought to live.

The sacred has absorbed the secular.”

~ Spurgeon

Everything . . .Today
With my prayers desiring yours, Leslie

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Not a Yarn Along

On Wednesday’s knitters go to Ginny’s to share all the wonderful projects being worked on, finished, frogged, cried over, and learned from. They also tell what they are reading and a little of the storyline or provoking thoughts. I think it is great. So many books, knitting ideas and hints on how to make knitting more enjoyable.

I decided to make _____________________ (because family reads this sometimes) for Christmas. As usual I have waited until the last minute because that is when everything gets done.

No yarn is being held, petted, drooled over, dreamed about, bought, sold, until __________________gets done!

I hear ‘Traitor’ whispered as I pass baskets, open cupboards, visit the stash shed!
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Oh, I do hope Christmas comes soon.

I enjoyed listening to Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson as I ____________.

Joining with Ginny and Tami, hopefully others still hold yarn longingly in their hands.


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