Friday, May 28, 2010

Guardian Angel

A friend loves
at all times....
-Proverbs 17:17.


I have had a sombre week and will just look forward to the happy days ahead. I have my friend Heather in my heart as
yesterday her husband Bob passed away.
It will be a long tough road ahead, but Heather will have the
support of family and friends to lean on. We all love her
so much.

Things have taken bit of a back seat in the craft department
but to keep  myself occupied I have continued to
do my knitting.
I have made a start on the Guardian Angel knitting and made
this cute little cardigan....

oh...and also this gorgeous little beanie..

It is really good therapy to keep busy and
as I have been given a huge bag of wool I need
to get stuck into the stash once again. The wool I used
to knit the beanie is nice and soft. I still have some more
of the 100gm skein left so may be another knitted
item can be made.

I have lots of stripey wool left too so I decided to make
a  nice warm jumper to use it up..
It's turning out very nice actually. This year the Guardian Angel
will donate the knitted items to Australian families once again.
Usually the clothing has been donated to the third world countries
and other parts of the world. I love knitting for them, and there
are so many other charities you can donate things to.

Tomorrow Cory and I have planned a trip to Midland, and
a day out with Cory is such fun....I just wish Brandon wanted to
join us. They are both fun. Cory's pupil's have turned into dollar
signs, he just can't wait to fleece me of all my money!!

Wishing you all a lovely weekend.


Miss you already Bob.

Kind regards, Anita.

5 comments:

Vickie said...

ohh big hugs to Heather on the passing of Bob...what gems you have been knitting..enjoy your day out with Cory -and one day when you least expect Brandon will jump out of his private domain and say Mum lets go ?????????,cheers Vickie

Micki said...

What gorgeous items you ahve been knitting! I loved the post!
Micki

Sue-Anne said...

My condolences to Heather on the loss of her husband.

Your little cardigan is gorgeous and some little one will be very happy to receive it.

em's scrapbag said...

So sad to hear of Heather's loss. Glad she has you.
Your knitting is beautiful!

Shiree said...

how sad for Heather, big hugs for her. Life is precious and needs to taken full advantage of as much as possible.

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