Monthly Archives: March 2011
I sit. I listen. I feel. The cool spring air wafts through the partially opened window. A bird sings a welcome to spring. The sun lends its warming touch. I hear distant voices of what seem to be children playing. … Continue reading
My friend, Harold Burgess, went home to be with the Lord yesterday, March 28, 2011. I am not sure how long I have known Dr. Burgess, but probably about 25 years. Ours was not a formal friendship. We just kind … Continue reading
Here’s one of my recent creations. Do you like it? Believe me, I got tired of gathering all those tiers!
This is my good friend, Lizzie, with her four month old son, Jonathan. Yesterday she finished the quilt you see in the picture. I’ve been helping her learn how to sew and to machine quilt and this is the result. … Continue reading
Yesterday my friend, Sheri, and I went to the Ontario Science Center–along with Josh (7?) and Nyah (5). We had a great time! Sheri had managed to get free entrance for us (courtesy of the Toronto public library system)–which made … Continue reading
Liviya is the sweet little girl who lives next door. She mostly exists in a world of happy fantasy! Usually she’s a princess, but maybe today she’s a pig! Anyway, this is Liviya’s doll along with the outfit I made … Continue reading
Today at Bayview Glen Church we had a baptism service. There were about 8 people baptized–one woman, one boy, and, I think, six men. Before each baptism the testimony of the candidate was read–except in one case the man gave … Continue reading
Here is Mimi’s latest production for Ben’s birthday. A patriotic pillow case!
Last week we attended the stage production of The Secret Garden at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in downtown Toronto. This was a musical based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. There were some major differences between the book … Continue reading