Hello, my friends! I want to share the reflection from February 18th in God Calling because it's so great for knitters (and non-knitters):
"So trust and be no more afraid than a child would be, who places its tangled skein of wool in the hands of a loving mother, and runs out to play, pleasing the mother more by its unquestioning confidence than if it went down on its knees and implored her help, which would pain her the rather, as it would imply she was not eager to help when help was needed."
I love this reflection and I want to have such confidence in God's goodness! Also, I really hate tangled wool! It's a waste of precious knitting time and a big-time frustration (just like life's problems!).
This weekend, I am knitting a HWBC for my sister who uses a HWB but doesn't have one of my covers. Her birthday is in May, so I will probably give it to her while it is still cold: