He is Risen!

We have been busily preparing for celebrating Resurrection Sunday with our church. They have a potluck breakfast before service. I volunteered to bring cinnamon oatmeal muffins and orange juice. When this church eats, they do it heartily unto the Lord! Jeff and I will most likely visit with his uncle in the afternoon. I will be wearing a new dress in a pink gingham, created from the Country Cape dress pattern available from Candle on the Hill. [The company has changed hands recently and not taking orders until mid-May.]

On a side-note: our digital camera died just before I launched the site. My dad will give us a new camera for my birthday and our anniversery which is two months away. I know blogs are much more interesting with photos. If you would like to send in photos of your latest sewing projects to share, please send them to admin-at-veiledglory-dot-com.

Do you have any special family traditions surrounding this time?


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"I can't say I don't believe in your God, but I don't believe He meant the world to be as it is." ~Nicholas Higgins. North and South.

"I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It's when you know you are licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what." No idea where that last quote came from, but I like it!

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