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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

WOYWW: Building Toys


I have a different "desk" to show you today for What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday!  I am working in our porch, packing building toys that we've just cleaned.  There was a fire in a friend's home (fortunately, the fire was controlled before it damaged the whole house) and these building toys were full of soot.  Since our friends had a lot of cleaning up to do, we all volunteered to help out.  See my assistant, Truffles?  She always wants to be in the middle of whatever is happening.


While I was taking my WOYWW picture, I noticed my daughter's old rocking horse and I thought I would post it to show to Elizabeth, the Altered Book Lover who has a wonderful collection of rocking horses!


This is the view of our garden from my "workdesk" today.  My sister Patsy and I (and our families) share this little garden.

And for Word Art Wednesday, a reminder for me to share whatever I have, and God will do the rest. Even just washing building toys can help lift the spirits!


Thank you for dropping by and visiting me today.  I really appreciate it!  Be blessed!


20 blog hugs:

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Comme prévu, après mes longues semaines éloignées des blogs, me revoici parmi vous ! Vous m'avez beaucoup manqué...
Je suis heureuse d'ouvrir aujourd'hui la page de votre dernière publication.
Une page d'une belle générosité qu'en aidant vos voisins... et pour finir une très belle oeuvre de vous.
Gros bisous

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Your WOYWW post is going to Patsy's blog today, but I am persistent and found you anyway. And yes, I adore that rocking horse. It is like nothing I have. It is awesome. I love the aged wood and the paint.

Love your garden, too. So nice to see where you two sisters live. It's nice that you can share this space. Happy WOYWW from #2.

Regina Hamilton said...

My son would love to play with those block. I like that rocking horse. happy crafting #1

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh what a lovely change of view - your garden is sweet, would love a big porch to play on, I must say! A trouble shared is halved and the fire clean up is just the sort of thing that a gal needs help with - it can be so hard. I have first hand experience and would be helping out in a jif if I could.

Annie said...

Sorry I didn't get to visit last week but life just got in the way....Just not enough hours in the day to do all I 'need to do' let alone 'want to do'. How lovely that you have stepped in to help cleaning up after the fire and what a pretty garden you've got.
Hugs,
A x # 49

tangledpen said...

wonderful post! so kind of you to help out with cleaning those toys. I really love your 'girl with bread and fish' and your garden!
Thanks for sowing seeds :)
Cheers,
Jana #58

Gita said...

Don't kitties have to be right in the middle of whatever we are doing? I love your little garden area and how nice to be able to share with your family. Brigita #84

Papercrafting Princess said...

What a sweet gesture for your neighbors and I LOVE your garden. It looks so peaceful.

Maisie Moonshine said...

Hi Peggy, it's always good to have a helper!

Your garden looks like a peaceful haven and how lucky to share it with loved ones.

Beautiful journal page as always. Have a happy week MMx #45

Peg Robinson said...

THe garden is lovely. I think I would be making art with those building toys. Have a blessed day. 93

glitterandglue said...

May Father God bless you as you bless your friend by sharing the task.
Have a great week.
Margaret #50

ike said...

Love your garden and you'd better watch out !!...... Elizabeth will be sneaking round under the cover of darkness to relieve you of that LoL !! :-)

HAPPY WOYWW 222

IKE in Greece #67 xxxxx

fairy thoughts said...

its great to help out when friends are in trouble, well done.your garden is beautiful, what a view!
have a good week
janet #37

Roberta B said...

So great to be able to help out friends and to have a cat friend at your side is always a plus. love the view btw :-) Thanks for letting me look at everything. Roberta 17

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Well, hello to Truffles the assistant. Your garden is so beautiful, private and green. How fun! It is good that you could help out your friend by washing up some. Fire is so devastating, what it doesn't burn it covers in ash and smoke. It's good to hear that it got under control quickly.

StampinCarol said...

Your are such a good friend to help with the cleaning and that the fire didn't destroy everything! And I love that rocking horse. Truffles looks almost aloof from the toys, lots of attitude in that face! Love your garden and your Word Art Wednesday. Such a great reminder of Christian love. Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #88

Danie May said...

It really is the small things that make the biggest impact and your kind gesture of cleaning these toys will mean a lot to your friend. I am loving your little helper and the wonderful peak into your garden. Have a wonderful week! Danie #25

sandra de said...

Lovely idea to volunteer and help your friend with the cleaning. Love the garden you share and how wonderful to have the space with family close by.
Sandra @68

Karen Letchworth said...

Hi Peggy! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful art with us again this week. I absolutely LOVE your beautiful garden area and I'm sure your family enjoys it quite often. Thanks for sharing the pictures. I didn't know that you and Patsy are sisters...I guess I never put the pieces together. It makes perfect sense, though, because you are both SO talented, SO sweet, and have a similar art style. God is SO GOOD to have brought so many wonderful artists into my life, and I PRAISE HIS PRECIOUS NAME for bring YOU into my life to share. GOD IS AWESOME. Thanks for stopping by.
Have a blessed week,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Christine said...

What a blessing your blog is. Like your garden, seems a tropical resting place, and to be able to share it with family........wonderful!
Bishopsmate #48

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