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Keep On Stitching

So… learning to embroider.

In my information gathering stage (ha! read: pinning) I was most struck by the importance of unique lace in creating striking pieces of lingerie (no duh). 455 more words

Crochet

Crochet is an age-old tradition practiced by Sicilian women. This bookmark, pictured, was made in Bagheria by the mother of ceramic artist Mirella Pipia.

Sicily

No Moaning Today

I’ve just had a great birthday weekend, so I’m not moaning.

Started on Friday with a BBQ at the botequim (local bar), continued on Saturday with a family BBQ, Sunday was rest and… 341 more words

Monday Moaning

The Breach at the Galway Film Fleadh

Back in July, The Breach had it’s world premier at the Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland.  Now if you remember, I’ve been working on various aspects of this film for several years and I’m excited to finally share the official trailer: 110 more words

Camera

Sawdust

Written by: James Thompson 

I recently worked on a DIY project for my wife. A project that required me to build something out of wood.  I used a miter saw, a circular saw, screwdriver, screws, nails, the whole nine yards.  662 more words

James Thompson

This Is God's Day

From – Practicing The Presence

by Joel Goldsmith

This Is God’s Day

Father, this is Your day, the day which You have made.  You made the sun to rise; You have given light and warmth to the earth; You have given us the rains and the snows; the seasons of the year are Yours, “seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night.”  This is Your day. 279 more words

Healing

In Plain Sight

“Because what is known about God is plain to them, since God has made it plain to them. 20 For ever since the creation of the universe His invisible qualities — both His eternal power and His divine nature — have been clearly seen, because they can be understood from what He has made. 281 more words

Daily Teaching