• 23Oct

    I must say to all those of you who seem to be in awe of my talents, that projects like this are my sanity check.  It’s not a matter of finding time to play, but rather, “O.K. I’ve had enough.  Mom is going to work on this project for now, you guys go . . . watch a movie or something.”  (The size of my projects must attest to the frequency this is neededSmile.)  I’m sure all of you do that some way or another.  You have to.  And yeah, I’m not always showered and dressed either.  I also tend to do stuff like this after the kids are in bed.  That used to be my “Danny time” and frankly I feel really lost if I don’t have something to do during that time. 

    Sorry to burst your bubble.  I still haven’t made it to “Super Mom” status. Smile

    It sure was nice to hear from all of you, though.  Getting that many comments tells me that you are still reading (although for the life of me I can’t figure out why).  Thanks once again for being an encouragement and for keeping us in your prayers and thoughts.

4 Comments to Super Mom Admits A Secret

  • Thanks for letting us in on your secret…. but I still think you are a CHAMP for accomplishing such a demanding, beautiful project. Blessings to you.

    Love, Gram. E.

  • I enjoy reading your updates. Sorry I don’t comment on them. Your updates help me to know exactly how to pray for you and your kids. I loved the quilt! You are still in our thoughts and prayers often. God Bless!

  • Well, when you don’t feel like super mom we will feel it for you. That way you can just be you and not worry about getting a large head 🙂 Love you lots.

  • I love the play of light between the light and dark blues. “God who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts… 2 Cor 4:6