Another Good Mail Day (Thanks, Kim!)

Steady Eddie and I went to a homeschooling conference on Friday, and he forced helped me make some decisions about next year concerning curricula, etc.  However, that will have to wait for another post, because what I want to do right now is give a big, huge THANK YOU to my friend Kim, who blogs at Confessions of a Sewciopath.  Kim is someone I actually have met in real life, but we don’t live close to each other, so we mainly communicate electronically.  She is a sweet, godly woman, who is also very talented.  When we got home on Friday from a l-o-n-g day of concrete floors, curriculum decisions, and time to talk unhindered by children (thanks to my mom and Steady Eddie’s), I was so tickled to find a package from Kim in the mailbox.  She has blessed me before with her handcrafted creations, but I think this just might be my favorite thing that she has ever made.  🙂




I don’t think my computer monitor does the beautiful, vibrant colors of these pieces justice, and you truly would have to see the perfection of the stitches to appreciate them.  Kim is one talented knitter (and seamstress, and mom, and pastor’s wife, and. . . and. . . )!  She also has an Etsy shop if you’re in the market for beautiful, handcrafted toys or hats or any number of things that her creative mind might cook up. 

Thanks so much, Kim!  I am blessed to know you! 

Now all we need is the baby!  🙂

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    • Amy

      Yes, insomnia gives me time to do things I don’t usually take time for. I didn’t like the old one much, so I searched for something that looked a little more “me.” Stay tuned for the next version. . . 🙂

  1. Oh, what a sweet post! I’m so glad you like the gift, and I’m glad it came on a day when you could use an extra smile. I’m also glad you had the opportunity to make some decisions for this fall before baby arrives! If anyone is interested, the little pilot hat pattern can be found here: The booties are my own design, and not yet published – I’ll get around to it. 😉

  2. Those are so cute! I wish I could claim that Kim got her talent from me, but she is actually my husband’s niece. Anyway, I’m so blessed she is in my family.
    Waiting for news on the little one. . . .

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