Leaving Egypt…

‘upcycled’ Moses (more great Passover & other crafts here)

Leaven Free Desserts
Cleaning up
Headless Felt People from this pattern.
It’s Passover this week & we came to Drew’s parents for the celebration. We’ll be here until Thursday & are playing with felt, going to playgrounds & staying completely entertained while we’re in town (Charlotte). What a metropolis! It’s fun to see the city life, but our mid-sized Greensboro is the perfect fit for us city-wise.
& we’ve experienced what feels like a Passover miracle of our own. I will share more with that should it come to fruition, but key phrase: ‘Promised Land’.

3 Comments

  • Almost Precious Posted March 30, 2010 8:44 pm

    Adore the picture with your two little helpers working at the kitchen sink, so sweet.
    Hope your Passover miracle will be a wondrous promise fulfilled. 🙂

  • Melissa Posted March 30, 2010 11:06 pm

    Here's to hoping! Did you make that almond cake from Angry Chicken– I so want to try that!

  • school house oils Posted March 31, 2010 1:36 am

    the promise is still being worked out–hope is just as much of a joy though, despite the outcome. & Melissa, no, I hadn't seen that one–but you remind me of the almond cake I made last year! I need to find that recipe!

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