Sewing Love

A time honored tradition,

Sewing.

My grandmother taught me. A teacher for 47 years, her passions were grandchildren, sewing, knitting, baking and swimming.

Grandkids coming to her house to swim, then having cookies and milk.

Every grandchild was given beautiful knitted mittens for Christmas. Granddaughters got Raggedy Ann’s.

Grandma love! ❤️

In later years, after she and grandpa retired, she became legally blind.

I sewed her a Raggedy Ann. Not once had she sewn one for herself.

She was overjoyed.

As was tradition,

my granddaughter received…

You guessed it.

I mailed my surprise,

My daughter sent me this:

Granddaughter hugs

For a tradition

Filled With Grandma loves. ❤️

Kind Regards and #winning – G’Ma K

Beloved

16 thoughts on “Sewing Love

    1. I am happy that I found you !!!!

      Have a nice weekend !! My name is Efi… and i live in Athens – Greece , what’s yours and where are these wonderful photo be taken ????

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    2. Colleen Cavanagh
      Soul

      What is my soul?

      Is my soul the way I laugh?
      I laugh from the deepest part of me,
      joyfully celebrating my life.
      Is my soul the way I cry?
      I cry from the deepest part of me,
      embracing the pain my life delivers me.
      Is my soul the way I listen?
      I listen from the deepest part of me,
      learning everything life has to teach me.
      Is my soul the way I speak?
      I speak from the deepest part of me,
      telling life exactly what I think of it.
      Is my soul the way I hate?
      I hate from the deepest part of me,
      turning away all those who’ve hurt me?
      Is my soul the way I love?
      I love from the deepest part of me,
      Eternally bound to those people I care about.
      Is my soul solely my own?
      Is it possible to speak, to cry, to love alone?
      Is my soul a piece of God in me?
      Is my soul only mine because I have faith?

      Is my soul?

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