Monday, September 1, 2014

In the morning when I rise...


It all started this summer...
When my daughter was about to get married...
She had seen a sign that she really
loved and I thought I might could do it...
MIGHT being the optimum word!

I started at around 11:30 p.m. the night before the 
wedding rehearsal...when Bill came in
right as I was finishing up
and asked me if I knew what time it was,
I was surprised to hear it was 5:30 a.m.!
But I have to say...I had been in the zone...
and it was peaceful...serene...quiet...lovely.
Ever been in the zone working on a project?
Then you definitely get it...



Then it was like a light switch went on..
and I began writing on EVERYTHING!!!

and then today,
This Labor day, I decided not to clean the house 
as was planned from top to bottom...
I decided to do the laundry,
sew a little...
and then this happened with a board I had sitting
around that I had placed chalk board paint 
on already...
My inspiration from (again) Pinterest...

a sign I had wanted to maybe purchase
but when I found out the cost of the 
shipping...knew I could never do it.

but today...
I thought...
I can do it.



It is not at all like the one on Pinterest...
but i do love it just the same and
I know exactly where this is going...
Stay tuned...
So...leave me a link today of a project
you have done that Pinterest inspired.
I would love to see your version!!!
Happy Labor Day!

4 comments:

  1. I love your painting. Very pretty....great sentiment and focus for each day. Yes, I have lost track of time as well on different projects. (celiaambrose@hotmail.com)

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  2. All of these are beautiful! What a great verse to wake up to.
    Great job, Lana!

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  3. You fibbed to me, your free motion is way past the capability of me right now, but I will catch up with you. Hey Lana, Will you pray for the selling of my salon, I will be 67 and am ready to retire. But the building is myretirement. If is is Gods will I want more time to sew sew sew. Thanks till next time. Be safe and Blessings

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