Let us put by some hour of every day for holy things...

Think on th' eternal home,
The Saviour left for you;
Think on the Lord most holy, come
To dwell with hearts untrue:
So shall ye tread untired His pastoral ways,
And in the darkness sing your carol of high praise.

--from Keble's The Christian Year, Thoughts in Verse



Monday, March 25, 2013

A Pleasant Monday


VINTAGE 50's EASTER BUNNY purple and white, made in japan, unused condition 8" tall x 3"
Cute little vintage rabbit, for sale here: www.etsy.com/listing/123923531/vintage-50s-easter-bunny-purple-and

The sun came out today, and it was actually warm(ish)! So delightful! I've been inside working on the haste-to-the-wedding custom bag order, but I've popped out a few times to enjoy the rays. I love the fragrant smell of soil when Spring finally arrives.

I'm off to a good start on the rush order. I have about 60 of them nearly ready for sewing. Another productive day like today, and I will be ready to ship them even earlier than I anticipated. Rah, rah!
Tomorrow I'll have some photos to share.

This evening I hope to find time to start re-reading a much-prized little booklet I have had for many years, Earth's Greatest Day. I obtained it originally from a Christian radio broadcast called The Heaven and Home Hour. I don't know if the program still exists or not.  

The booklet was lost for a very long time, but last year I unearthed it when cleaning out some files. Great was my rejoicing, I can assure you! I'd tried for years to find a replacement copy, without success. No internet search had managed to turn it up.

 I do have the author's name written down somewhere--I'll try and find it so I can post it here tomorrow. Meanwhile, I've scanned the prologue into my computer and will share it here with you now, hoping the author and/or her descendents will not consider I am taking a copyright liberty. This work is so valuable I feel it's incumbent upon me to share it, and if I could find track down the necessary information that would allow me to obtain permission, I would gladly do so.  Do bear with me--my copy of this publication is very old and battered, so excuse the image quality.

May Earth's Greatest Day bless your spirit this Easter week. 



 


  

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