Saturday, February 13, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day

Well we are getting ready to celebrate the day of love...Valentine's Day.  My sweetie sent me these flowers this morning and they are my favorate colors in flowers, pink and purple.....They remind me of my garden in the mountains which overflows with lavendar, coneflowers, bee balm, phlox, day lilies, calla lillies, iris hydrangea, dianthis and camellia's for starts.  I will be glad to see them again...since we had snow again last night, I think it might be a late spring in N.C.
I was amazed how the flowers blended in with the shawl I recently completed.

My 3 three year old granddaughter loves to dance so I decided for Valentine's I would make her a dancing doll.  I can't wait to see her face tomorrow......Pink is her favorite color so I really used the pink......
I hope each of you have a wonderful filled with lots of love....I have enjoyed getting to know so many of you and love it when you stop by to visit..............May God bless you in every area of your life.
Hugs and Blessings
Butterfly

13 comments:

  1. Wow what a warm cozy and lovely blog you have here. Its quite inspiring and your creations are fun and just simply delightful too, God has truly blessed you.. I do hope we can get to know each other. I found you from create by faith and do pop by my blog so you can read more about me,I'd be thrilled if you'd add on as a follower too. If its oaky I will add on here at yours..Big Hugs Dena

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  2. Thanks so much for stopping by and adding on at my blog. You are a blessing to me..Hope we will get to know one another.. Big Hugs Dena

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  3. Happy Valentines Day, Nancy! :*)
    What a beautiful flower bouquet you got from your sweetheart!

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  4. Happy Valentine's Day, Butterfly!!
    Thanks for you wonderful comments on my blog!! i love yours.... so now I'm following!!

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  5. Thanks for stopping at my blog. I've really enjoyed looking around here. You are very creative! I love the doll, the drawings, the journals and the scarf. I've just started knitting myself and am intrigued by the yarn you used.
    I also read about the Potters House. I found the name interesting. My son is in the military in Colorado and this summer we visited him there. We stayed in a cabin called The Eagles Nest, which was located at the Potters House retreat center. It was a blessing to stay at such a Christ centered place and it sounds like your place is similar!

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  6. your flowers are gorgeous.....and it sounds like your garden in the mountains is too!! and the little doll you made for your granddaughter is precious....she will LOVE it!! :))

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  7. Thank you for stopping by my Blog, paying a visit and following. I've had fun traveling around your beautiful blog. Your words and art are a wonderful marriage and I intend to visit often! Enjoy your day!

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  8. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving your lovely message!

    Your flowers and scarf are beautiful! I hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day.

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  9. Oh, I am so glad you found me!! Love your knitting, your paintings, your scarves!! So beautiful!!! I will be back often! Hugs, Silke

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  10. Hi! You have a wonderful blog! I have enjoyed looking around and I love that Sursa wrap with the ruffle! It's wonderful. Isn't Norah wonderful??

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  11. Bet your grand-daughter loved the beautiful doll, I know my girls would (I'm a grandmother to 2 girls) They just love creating with Nanny and so do I. Not sure there's anything better than being 'Nanny' :-)

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  12. The flowers are beautiful - and your scarf in your previous post is yummy! I love funky scarves!!

    I bet your sweet grand-daughter squealed with joy!!

    Hugs!

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  13. Hi again.

    I would love to hear more about "The Potter's House"

    I also wanted to mention a few more books you might be interested in.

    Four books - Spiritual Formation Study Guides by Richard Peace. They can be used individually or in groups.

    Spiritual Journaling
    Spiritual Autobiography
    Contemplative Bible Reading
    Meditataive Prayer

    Worth looking at.

    If you have more info or a website explaining your retreat place please let me know.

    maryefreeman@hotmail.com

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