"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

It's Late .. It's Late ...


I have lots to do in preparation for the newest Scarf Sister's adventure. Something to do with cooking and a traveling apron this year. Now I'm off to gather my items to make a heritage meal for my family.

9 comments:

Trish said...

Love this Apron more every time I lay eyes on it!

Constance said...

anticipation....is making me wait!
Connie

byhisgracealone said...

Are we really supposed to wear it when we cook?...I can sometimes be a messy cook...and I don't want to dirty it...I have never had one quite that beautiful...my husband may want me to cook more than three meals a day....haha

okay on a serious note...I am trying so desperately to catch up with everyone...I read, but don't always comment....and the cry of your precious heart settled in mine as I lifted you in prayer...always know, prayers are reaching the Him for each concern, each need....and I believe He hears, He is our healing balm...

love and hugs to you
donna

Maggie Ann said...

What a nice apron!

Amrita said...

Hi Mrs Mac, I received your email,but unfortunately it got deleted with some other stuff.

Can you resend it - The Scarf Sisters email I mean.

christslave@gmail.com

So sorry for this.

Jim said...

Hi M&M, this is a pretty apron. I might come to regret I hadn't accepted your invitation to join the Scarf Sister group. I like a little yellow on my apron, would I have gotten one like that with some yellow?

I read down. It was sad to read of Nathan's being assigned to the wrong classes.
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therextras said...

With just a few words and a photo of something lovely you have lifted my spirits, Mrs. Mac. I love the idea of women gathering and sharing. When I grow-up I want to be just like you!

'a heritage meal' - gives me a warm feeling, too. Thanks! Barbara

Mrs. Mac said...

Mr. Jim ... You are wanting to become a 'scarf sister', eh? If we let you in the group and you cook the first heritage meal of Mustard Chops, you can bet there would be a little yellow in/on the apron ;)

Maggie Ann said...

I enjoyed your visit with me at Knitting Kat. I hope Nathan's first day at school was fun and not too draining.~~ Your 'date' sounded so serene and special.~~ And you made me smile...signing off...(spinning soon)...grin. My poor sweetheart hurt his back the other day and is waiting for a scan of some sort. He's got several tests coming up...plus he has been feeling unwell since Sun. when we ended up taking him to a Medical walk in place...he almost passed out in church and felt so very ill. I hope you don't mind I didn't join in your traveling scarf group...I want to remain anon as much as possible on the world-wide-web. *hugs* from Maggie Ann