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If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; there is where they should be.
Now put foundations under them.

Henry David Thoreau

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Wow shock and amazement ;)

Its taken ALL DAY for blogger to let me get to my dashboard! Bad blogger bad blogger ;) I am feeling soooooooo much better, have found some scriptures to claim (regarding the fact that there is NOTHING God cannot do! Gen 18:14, Job 42:2, Jer 32:17, 27, Luke 1:37, Eph 3:20-21) Also got my border put on my quilt, need to decide on a quilting method now. I am leaning towards tying it...and am researching into using fleece for a back instead of backing/batting. I dunno decisions decisions :) I have been rather sluggish the last few days, I blame that on spring failing to uh SPRING! Its so cold and dreary much more like Dec. than almost April! I have a kitty going to make me a kitty grandma any day (any second looks like lol) and I am sooooooo looking forward to that. She is young, I thought I had more time to get her fixed but she surprised me :) I am going to be putting all my favorite blogs in a link in my sidebar, so be looking for that (if blogger will let me back on here anytime soon LOL.). Pic of quilt to come soon I promise! Be blessed today :) xoxo melzie

4 comments:

A Flowered Purse said...

So glad for you womanly!
can i give you my name and password and will you make my blogger all purty and do my linkies cause IM a dummy and cant figure it out
Love
dianna

Melzie said...

LOL this one is purty plain dizie, just blinkies, upload some to photobucket and I'll help ya out. xoxo melzie

blestwithsons said...

Looks like a great Scripture list - but type em out next time! Yer making me work for it!!! ;-)

Happy Quilting!

Susan said...

Hi, Melzie,

I'm going back and reading your blog from the start. I came to your post about the depression and then the scriptural references. I've been feel that "plowing through really thick water" thing the last few days, and so I read all the scriptural references. Interestingly, my bookmark was already in Ephesians. I must have been reading that for something else the other day. Thanks for the reminder that He *can* heal our spirits, if we ask.