Have a blessed day in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
At "Cath Kidstons" Fabric and accessories shop in Bristol this year. http://www.cathkidston.co.uk/
The camera strap was made by a homeschool friend, and it traveled all the way from OKC to Scotland and England and back again! :-)
She sells them too. Her blog is:
I made an apron for a lady at the Farmer's Market out of this fabric.
The apron (It still needs the ties and neck band but other than that it is finished)
A new friend who came to my booth at the market. She got her flowers at the same place I get mine! Aren't they beautiful?
Strange words ( Traditional Gaelic Scottish) in Dunoon, Scotland June 2010
Our Musical family!
Sweet smile! :-)
Now this is a photo for Jonathan, this has become his favorite store recently. In just one week we went to 5 different locations!
The family chauffeur (my mum) grew weary of driving us to Home Depots after a while! He was comparing brands and prices for a drill or jigsaw, or something like that..... How would I know? I am not the tool person of the family.... :-)
I gave out plenty of VIAs (gospel magazines printed in Canada) to the employees at each store. One checkout cashier clerk asked for more, saying emphatically, "Our employees need religion!"
"No," I replied, "They need a RELATIONSHIP, (with Jesus Christ) not religion!" :-)
In Elgin during the Scottish International Festival of Trumpets.
This Roman soldier guarded us as I listened to dry, long seminars about the different kinds of trumpet mouthpieces and the patents needed for those trumpet mouthpieces....
How dare spell checker highlight "Elgin"? It is a legitimate name! I know because I have been there. :-)
After our Homeschool Band Concert
Flying back to the States from Scotland...
And no, I wasn't in the plane pictured! I was on the ground at the time. :-)