Saturday, May 12, 2012

This week I have been...

 In the kitchen baking gluten free Anzac biscuits...
...and a gluten free Aussie meat pie for my beloved Mr E.
I have been in my stitching spot working on a new design...
...and finishing a swap gift for someone special.
I have welcomed a visitor in Blossom's bathroom...
...and gently explained to him that he cannot stay.
I have read my Bible every day...
...and discovered the world of Kindle. A gift from Mr E.
I have welcomed a treasured gift from my dear old friend, Robin, in the US...
...and a gorgeous rosey apron from my new friend, Ros in the UK, courtesy of Rhonda's Apron Swap.
I have taken Blossom for a visit to Wendy's, where she had fun playing with Ralph the dog...
...and enjoyed a night ride around Townsville with Mr E and some biking friends before stopping at Gelatissimo's on the Strand for gelatos. 
I wonder what next week will hold?
Happy and Blessed Mother's Day to all of you tomorrow - whether you are a mum, a nana, a daughter, a carer, or just someone who loves children.
I never knew my mum, so my hero for that role is this precious lady -
~ Mother Teresa~
 In honour of Mother Teresa I am stitching a free design that Amy of Nana Company shared on her blog this week. This is Amy's beautiful stitched quote from Mother Teresa...
You can visit Amy's blog HERE to download this very beautiful stitchery she is sharing. It's perfect for Mother's Day. Stay and visit her for a while - she is a very talented lady.
I have just finished stitching the quote from Amy's design. Not sure yet how I will finish it, but the fabrics I'll use have been chosen...
God bless you all!


  1. You been keeping very busy cooking, sewing and going out and about..
    Also recieved beautiful gifts from special friends.
    Wishing you a very Happy Mother's Day.

  2. Happy Mother's Day, Jenny!

    It sounds like you had a lovely week.

    The new stitching looks like it will be lovely.

  3. Happy Mother's Day to you and Blossom! I am so glad you were nice to the little green guy. Karmen

  4. Happy Mother's Day to a very special mother! May God Bless you Dear Friend!

  5. I've just recently found your blog & just love it to bits!! I sew but am trying to learn embroidery as well. I love your scripture verses & all your gorgeous creations! I've subscribed to your blog & will look forward to your posts! Have a wonderful Mothers Day!! God bless!

  6. A very well used week and full of love! Have a great Motherday! Hugs

  7. Happy Mother's day to you too.

  8. A brilliant week Jenny and I love your stitching! Have a wonderful and blessed Mum's Day!!!!

  9. 13, 2012 at 8:48 AM

    Happy Mother's Day Jenny. Townsville is a nice place to visit even though it is just 4 hours by car.
    Alexis in Mackay

  10. Happy Mother's Day to you too Jenny. xxx

  11. A Lovely Post Jenny...lots of Gorgeous things happening in your world...
    Hope you had a Great Mother's Day...

  12. What a pretty post, full of excellent photos - including the adorable frog! - and lovely thoughts. It's great to know you are reading your Bible every day. I find it difficult to get that sort of time while we're staying with two active, young grandsons. But I'm praying through the day! As always, your stitcheries are wonderful. My best for a great week ahead.

  13. Hi Jenny,
    thanks for the link to Amys blog, it is in deed very nice. Happy Mothers Day!

  14. Love your post. Aren't we blessed!!
    Happy Mother's Day.

  15. What a wonderul post jenny

  16. So special that you wrote that Mother's Day also includes carers & women who just love children.
    Thank-you for that!!

  17. Love this beautiful quote, I will download and incorporate it in something for someone special, thanks for sharing!

  18. Hi Jenny, can you please share the gluten free Anzac bickie recipe or point me to it? I haven't had an Anzac cookie since 1985 when diagnosed with coelaic disease & I really miss them!!! Loved your little visitor.

  19. lol that was Coeliac, I should read what I write.


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