Wednesday, February 14, 2007

L-O-V-E, love

I have never met a person whose greatest need was anything
other than real, unconditional love. You can find it in a simple
act of kindness toward somone who needs help. There is no
mistaking love. You feel it in your heart. It is the common
fiber of life, the flame that heals our soul, energizes our spirit
and supplies passion to our lives. It is our connection to God
and to each other. --Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

Happy Ba-a-a-alentine’s Day! That is what my card said and it had a sheep on the front…that man knows me well. My kids will tell me that it is stupid that I would find that too cute. But they, like him, feed my fiber addiction even though they don’t understand it which to me is love. And I know that even if they don’t wear what I make them that just the fact that I did make them something shows them I love them. Like Robert Heinlein said... Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.

So today when I am done with my coffee, I plan to finish the socks I am making (gift for someone) and then start a baby project. I just found out a family member is due in September. I am not allowed to say who, as others weren’t told yet.

The snow we were expecting is letting me down. I wanted those 20 inches and it is mostly sleet and rain. It is 13 degrees how can it rain?!? But there is enough snow to cancel school so I am sure the day will involve lots of wet clothes and hot cocoa.
I wish everyone a day of love and happiness. "In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away" - shing xiong

1 comment:

Fiberjoy said...

If the air is warmer at a higher elevation (say 2000) then the snow falling through that area turns to rain, then it hits the colder air near the surface and just freezes - freezing rain.(called a temperature inversion) We get more freezing rain in this area of the Pac NW than snow because of inversions. It's always disappointing plus so much more dangerous.

You're probably dealing with snow and the kids will get the rest of the week off from school!

Visiting from Cyndi's blog. :-)