Monday, November 17, 2014

Five Good Things

Our last lilikoi of the season. Maria loves her passionfruit, with a passion. They smell of Hawaii, taste sweet and tangy, and look alien and cool. And that's just the fruit! Have you seen the flowers on a passionfruit vine? They are enticingly, wondrously strange.

Good things...

1. Jelly jars, watered down glue, glitter, and candles... our craft gathering was perfect. We were a small group, but productive. And I think we should add a second event to our calendar, soon.

2. Hearing from friends, near and far {Australia, Spain, Florida!} who were crafting, too. I really love the connections and friendships I've made in this big, beautiful world.

3. Diana showed me how to rescue the stitches I dropped in my knitted thing. The thing may be more than I want to deal with, after all, but I was happy to learn a new trick.

4. Geoff and William labored over the small mill, and finally got it to do something very cool... it's carved, in wax, a small replica of the lion's head knocker on our bathroom door. Next up a carving in koa wood.

5. Sharing our home, our ideas, our manias, and projects with friends. Life is better shared.

Happy Monday!! Just kidding about the exclamation marks... I'm not that perky and go-get-'em about Mondays.

Happy Monday. Happy new week, happy fresh start. I hope you find plenty of goodness to enjoy, and share.

2 comments:

  1. Lilikoi fruit and flowers are totally otherworldly! You are right. I just had a lilikoi bar last night. Yum.

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  2. 1. Perfect gathering indeed! I'm still basking in the happy from it!
    2. Neat - I love connections like that.
    3. Yay Diana!!
    4. Mesmerizing! I can't wait to see it in wood next!
    5. Thank you for sharing. It's a gift for the rest of us!

    Happy Monday (now waning... but still good.) :)

    Love,
    Janece

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