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Sunday, June 6, 2010

This makes sense!



I learned about Grandma Aggie just this morning from my friend Akasa's blog called HeartSongs.... and thought some of you might be interested in this. It all makes sense and I will pray for them to succeed.Our Earth is in big trouble and we need to change.

I also finished a couple Polish Stars potholders, one is Patriotic (in red, white and blue cotton yarn) and the other one is made from acrylic. I like to call it Peachy-Green for all my green loving friends.


That's enough practice for the Polish Star motif for now. I can dig up another unusual pattern I've never tried before. I've been spending so much time indoors that I like to challenge myself with new crocheting techniques.

It looks so pretty and green outside, so tempting and inviting, and as soon as I open up the door, the oxygen gets sucked right out of me. The heat is stifling and Gizzy even looks all verlorn and nummed by it, so we're hibernating indoors - me crocheting and him sleeping his life away...with the occasional burst of energy when we play tug-o-war with his new Miss Piggy.

Happy Sunday, my friends - and try to watch that video, if you can. It's really heartwarming and hopeful. If you can't watch the video, there's a couple of websites  The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and also For the next 7 Generations where we can learn about their mission. Let's pray for them - and with them - to help heal our earth and save our lives.


10 comments:

mommaof3 said...

Those squares are pretty!

Faith said...

pretty potholders, very colorful..
looking at your temp and humidity
YUCK! One or the other...but now both at the same time...no wonder
you are hibernating.

Enjoy the rest of the w/e

AkasaWolfSong said...

Greetings Girlfriend! :)

I am so happy to see you posting Grandmother Aggie over here! Bless You!

I love the colors of the Pot Holders! I sent you an email with my order in case you haven't checked your mail today, lol.`

Stay inside for goodness sake and don't go out in those dangerous temps...you, Giz and Mid just stay comfy!

Love Ya!

Debbie said...

Your potholders are so nice! I haven't seen the video yet, but I know we need to take care of the planet! Have a good week!

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

Well I'm an Aggie fan so I will be Grandmother Aggie's fan, too!

Those potholders are so unique!!!

Poor Gizzy -- that humdity and his fur are not a good combo. Too hot for him outside...best to doze...

MAXMOM said...

Hey Doris
Those Polish potholders are very interesting...perhaps you'd like to blog 'for Poland' on the day that they play in the SWC? (See my blog...'Unity in Diversity') I'm sure your potholders would be very interesting to the readers.
Lotsaluv
MAXMOM IN SA

gin said...

Hi Doris. I can't get my computer to play the video, it just keeps loading and loading and loading. I'll try again. Glad to see you using the extra page things. Your's are very nice. I can tell you like that as much as I did! Stay cool!!

The Sunroom said...

Woo Hoo Doris has a blog :-) You've been popping over to leave lots of lovely positive comments on my blog for many months and I didn't even realise you had a blog. Stupid me - following now. Have a fabulous day, it's raining in Scotland :-(

Rudy - The dog with a blog said...

We love your pretty potholders!

Jane (Frugal Fine Living) said...

Those potholders are gorgeous! You are so talented with crocheting.