A tisket, a tasket, a Tula Pink Basket….
In my Easter basket this morning…..some Tula Pink fat Quarters….from the Birds and the Bees that most delightful line from Tula that I had the pleasure of giving out at Spring Market last spring, but NEVER managed to get any myself (how on earth did that happen??) Very, very happy to have them for my own use….
I…uh…had more candy than that in there too, but I ate some and sorta hid some from myself….
And thanks for putting up with my spiritual travailing in my last post….my wife’s grandmother used to say “life is a yammerdahl” which is supposed to mean “life is valley of tears” in Danish (but I just looked it up…and I can’t find it, so it’s anyone’s guess as to it’s origin or translation) …..
Anyhoo…life is full of trials and jubilees, isn’t it? So nice that today “feels” a bit better than yesterday. The gorgeous weather and a wonderful church service have so helped improve my attitude.
Hope you are having (or had) a wonderful Easter if you celebrate it, and a wonderful weekend if you don’t.
Happy Easter Scott, glad to hear it’s going a little better today. I’ve lots of those days too, but being outside watching the little kids looking for eggs was really a pick me up.
Your post yesterday was thought-provoking and good. We all travel in valleys at times – I refer to them as “sideways days” where nothing I do is right or feels right. ((((hugs)))) glad today is better for you! Hard to be sideways with Tula Pink!!!
Getting here after Easter. We went to Mount St Helens for our first visit there. Such a beautiful, serene place. A perfect spot for celebrating resurrection. Have a wonderful week!
Mount St. Helens is definitely symbolic of resurrection isn’t it!? I never looked at it that way, but it truly is!