Friday, September 30, 2005

Another quick post. I gotta get ready for my 1st Place Bible Study. Didn't do so well with this week. Did o.k. as far as the eating but not with the journaling. This weekend we are keeping Monroe. Now this is the one who sleeps 8 hours but he also wants to sleep from 7 or 8 till 3 or 4 in the a.m. Oh my!! But I am looking forward to it.  Posted by Picasa

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Alex & Shelby

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And here are my Michigan grandkids. (And knitting victims) They are growing up without me. I know gramma Karen is up there, but I miss them soooooo much.

Making this post quick because I am helping Edith R. with the monthly news letter. And later this afternoon, I am working with the Kool Kids meeting at church.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Friends and knitting, What more could you want?

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Here is a photo of my friend Debra and her beautiful daughter Eva. Deb is a realtor in the central Indiana area. She works for 1st Choice Realty.

The other photo is a hat I made for Trenton, my great-nephew.

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

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This is Morgan. She is 11 in this, her 6th grade photo for 05-06 school year. She is active in her church and school. She plays the piano, guitar, and clarinet. She plays on her schools golf team.

Some of grandma's kids

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Here are my Indiana grandkids, Morgan, standing, Madison far right, Montgomery, the big dude, and Monroe the little dude. Oh yes, my beautiful daughter, Bree

Camo hat and hip bag for Morgan

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Friday, September 23, 2005


Yes, I have to admit, that I am so confused about the picture loading thing. I got them on the blog today but I am not sure how to take them from picasa to other forums. Well, I have worked hard enough on this thing for the day. I need to finish my lesson for Sunday and rest for the rest of the morning.

Morgan's Mitts

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I don't know.Why do they call them mitts if there is no finger coverings. Morgan says they are just so cool gramma. I guess that is opposed to being so warm!! She has been hounding me for a pair.These are Morgan's Mitts

Here is Gomery's cap. He has green eyes. And he loves it when I knit something for him. Posted by Picasa
here is a cap for the Monroe He thinks everything I make goes on his foot, because I was making a pair of socks and let him try one on before I was finished with it. Too funny. And at 18 months old, when you tell him something, he asks, WHY?
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Saturday, September 17, 2005

Maddie's got a brand new bag

Well not until Christmas anyway.
I copied it from a picture I saw somewhere. Can't remember where but It turned out pretty good. She is so girlie......she'll love it.

Our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us to redeem us from all wickedness and to purify for Himself a people that are His very own, eager to do what is good. (Titus 2:13, 14)

To the artist, Christ is the one altogether lovely.
To the builder, He is the sure foundation.
To the doctor, He is the great physician.
To the geologist, He is the Rock of Ages.
To the sinner, He is the Lamb of God who cleanses and forgives sin.
To the Christian, Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God, our great Savior.

Osbeck, K. W. (1990). Amazing grace : 366 inspiring hymn stories for daily devotions. Includes indexes. (Page 277). Grand Rapids, Mich.: Kregel Publications.

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Hello from Indy

This is my first attempt at blogging, so bear with me. I am a 54 yr old grandma who loves to knit. And with 6 grandkids, I always have a victim that I am measuring for whatever I want to make at that moment. Here is a link to my finished garments. (And yes, Batman is related to us.)

Unto you therefore which believe He is precious. (1 Peter 2:7 KJV)

One of the important activities we need for our spiritual growth and maturity is to spend time daily in quiet meditation and communion with our Lord. Although Bible reading and prayer are absolutely necessary, it is still possible to engage in these pursuits without ever experiencing real communion with Christ Himself. We must learn to say—

Once His gifts I wanted, now the Giver own;
Once I sought for blessing, now Himself alone!
—A. B. Simpson

Osbeck, K. W. (1990). Amazing grace : 366 inspiring hymn stories for daily devotions. Includes indexes. (Page 278). Grand Rapids, Mich.: Kregel Publications.