Friday, July 23, 2010

Gifts of Grace - Love and Patience

You know - those two words do need to always go together.  Being patient with loved ones can be a challenge at times, but because we love them as much as we do, we have to practice patience.  I think its very appropriate that I publish my two most recent finishes in the Gifts of Grace together - don't you?  (One taken with a flash, the other without - hmmm, not sure which is better.

I was also going to show you the next step in the Circus Stars, but it seems those pictures have vanished from my computer.  Guess that will have to wait for another day.  My husband and I are skipping down for a few days - headed to the Tennessee mountains.  I sure hope it is cooler there than here!

Thanks for stopping by,
Teresa

10 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

Your blocks are really pretty! I hope you have a wonderful little getaway - it's bound to be beautiful in Tennessee this time of year!

Jackie said...

Very appropriate to have these two together! Enjoy your time in the mountains. It's my favorite place to be!

Purple Pam said...

Wonderful thoughts - Patience and Love. Have a good time in Tennessee.

Ellen said...

I just love these blocks!! They're so pretty. You're doing a great job, Momma!! :)

Love you lots
El

StitchinByTheLake said...

Teresa I'm loving these blocks! Hope your time in Tennessee and is cool, cool, cool. :) blessings, marlene

Ellen said...

I had fun working at Grandma's with you today, Momma! Love you. :)

Floss said...

I like these blocks, hope you have a good time while you are away.

em's scrapbag said...

Very appropriate indeed. Beautiful blocks!

kjquilts said...

These blocks are so cute! I also want to tell you that when you are finished with your kalidoscope you need to enter it in a show...Paducha, Houston??? I mean it!

Candace said...

The blocks are very pretty, and it's so true about patience and love. I know that many photographer's look down on flash, but sometimes I think photos look better with, other times without. Hope it is, or was cooler in the mountains