Halloween is history and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Let's please not talk about Christmas just yet. Ha. It's time to move from goblins and princesses to thinking of pumpkin pie and turkey but most of all it's that time of year when we start thinking of all the things for which we are … Continue reading Thanksgiving Printable
The smell of sawdust and wood shavings and even a small whiff of turpentine have always been fragrances that appeal to me. I suppose the turpentine comes from my love of oil paints. Wood smells clean and, well, woodsy. Imagine that! I am a big lover of woodsy. So, it is not a big surprise … Continue reading Something Interesting for the Table
Once again life is happening and my blog is not getting much attention this week either. I have a sick and pitiful dog to care for today. So, rather than leaving this space empty, I am reposting a post from a couple of years ago. Actually, it was my very first post on Graceful Moments! … Continue reading Life Keeps Happening!
Fingerprint Friday was started by Beki, at The Rusted Chain. It was inspired by the song by Steven Curtis Chapman that contains the line..."when I look at you, I can see the fingerprints of God." To participate and/or visit all of the blogs that do, go to the Fingerprint Friday Post on Beki's blog and follow the instructions.And God said, … Continue reading Fingerprint Friday – Seasons
As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease. Genesis 8:22Apple Harvest SeptemberThe goldenrod is yellow; The corn is turning brown;The trees in apple orchardsWith fruit are bending down.The gentian's bluest fringesAre curling in the sun;In dusty pods the milkweedIts hidden silk … Continue reading Silent Sunday – September
September! A new month and a new season on the way and it's one of my very favorites!In the South, the promise of the cooler weather of autumn is always graciously welcomed after a hot and humid August! Most of us start thinking about lovely autumn weather long before it actually arrives in mid to … Continue reading New Month, New Season