God, speed your love to me...
Walking hand in hand with the Man who stilled the waters.
Saturday, March 01, 2008
Sunday, December 16, 2007
(written on Dec. 3, 2007)
They say the pathway to hell is paved with good intentions; I imagine there are a few larger-than-cobble stones marked “write more in my journal”…
I’m married now. I’m married now! It’s been a long road to get to that point, and yet we’re already reaching our third “monthiversary.” I’ve looked through our wedding album more than a dozen times already since we got it, reliving the memories of the day. But I’ll do justice to that in another post, with pictures.
It’s December now, which means I’m officially (read: according to my husband) allowed to listen to Christmas music. We’ve had our decorations up for a week now already, mostly because I insisted that a snowy Monday night was better than actually waiting until December. What could be more appropriate? Putting up the tree together, listening to Handel’s Messiah playing from the laptop, me smearing those dreaded sparkles all over Chris, to his dismay… the stuff memories are made of.
I also started a new job, just after we returned from our honeymoon in
We attended the Living Worship: Christmas Edition on Saturday night. I have to admit that my motivation was divided; I love Christmas music, but I was also pretty gleeful at the thought of holding my “nephew”, Jakob. Kev and Sar had a beautiful baby boy about 6 weeks ago, and since they’re both in the worship team, I was asked to take care of J for the evening. I can’t think of many things more amazing than holding a little baby in your arms, watching him sleep. I’m 22, almost 23 now, so that’s 22 Christmases I’ve had. I think this year I will look at it with new eyes – listening to the story of God coming to earth as a little baby seems so much more real when you’re holding one in your arms. That a child as small as little Jakob became my Saviour and grew up and died for me… more than once that evening I found myself unable to sing as I held back tears of awe and thankfulness.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Monday, May 21, 2007
110 days to go.... I don't think I'm the first bride-to-be who wishes all the details were done so we could just get married already.
I'm having some sort of allergic reaction, I think; I woke up this morning and my eyes were all itchy and puffy. I'm hoping it goes away before I have to go out tonight.
I neeeeed a job, and an apartment in Kitchener.
Thursday, January 25, 2007
"What a serene and quiet life might you lead if you would leave providing to the God of providence! ... If God cares for you, why need you care too? Can you trust Him for your soul, and not for your body? He has never refused to bear your burdens, He has never fainted under their weight. Come, then, soul! have done with fretful care, and leave all thy concerns in the hand of a gracious God." (C.H. Spurgeon)
Monday, January 22, 2007
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Reversible bag - quilted
My very first quilt.... I think this one took about a month to make, working every evening.
A baby spitdoekje... I don't know what you call it in English :)CUSTOM: A monogrammed throw for my sister's birthday -- jean on one side, fleece on the other.
Giant pillows for my sister for Christmas (I made matching throws for my soon-to-be SILs)
CUSTOM: Wedding throw for P&C
CUSTOM: Birthday throw for L -- she picked the colours a while back
CUSTOM: Birthday throw for my sister's friend
I have a few more, but Blogger isn't letting me show them to you. I'll keep trying...