Then as the kids got older, they would graduate to the "diving board side". All summer long you'd hear the sound of the springboard - I still love that sound. Then as they got older, maybe they'd be allowed to take a canoe or sailboat out onto the water. The children loved the freedom of being on those boats and away from the grownups. What they didn't know is how easily sound carries across the surface of the water and that we could hear most of what they were saying out there...
So - here's a Place that I Love:
Today's stitching that I love comes from Katrina, over at The Needle's Promise. I love it when stitchers take a wonderful design, like BBD's Christmas Garden, and make it their own. She substituted an alphabet for the words "Christmas Garden" and I think she's made a lovely design even better. As Katrina says, now it can be displayed all year, rather than only during Christmas. Thanks Katrina, for allowing me to use your photo.
Oh, and don't you just love the scissor fob?
|BBD's Christmas Garden as adapted by Katrina at The Needle's Promise|