Saturday, January 22, 2022

Small Things - January 22, 2022

 "Life is not, for most of us, a pageant of splendor, but is made up of many small things, rather like an old fashioned piecework quilt. No two people have the same, but we all have our own, whether it be listening to Beethoven's fifth with a beloved friend, or seeing a neighbor at the back door with a basket of white dahlias. Or after a long, hard day, having the family say, "That was a good supper."


1. In the participating in the Slow Living Challenge 2022

2. I watched this movie yesterday, Junior Miss (1945), sweet little gem! It's in two parts, here's Part 2.

3. This looks like something I would enjoy, The Lost Skills.

4. Love this idea for writing a weekly reflection, These Are The Days

5. I came across this blog this week while looking for resources for celebrating Candlemas, which is coming up soon, February 2.  She hasn't updated since May of 2020, but if you observe the liturgical year, it looks like there are a wealth of resources here, including Music for Candlemas.

6. And finally, the picture you see at the top is of coffee dough ornaments. I usually make them at Christmas, but I use them to adorn a lot of my primitive crafts year round, so I made up a fresh batch. You can find the recipe here.

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