Monday, February 08, 2010

Morning Sunlight

I love morning sunlight on bitterly cold winter days. The warm sunrays make everything beautiful: to having quiet time and coffee, or brightening Grandma's Christmas catus' that is loaded down with buds on the verge of blossoming. Once again, the words of "morning sunlight" inspired a new-something in the shop. =)
And now that morning is quickly fleeting, I have some handwork and sewing that I'd like to work on before lunch, so I'll wish you all a very happy Monday!


Ruth Ann said...

Cheri, I love that first picture! Morning sunlight, or any sunlight for that matter, brightens my heart and puts a skip in my step. I love it. And I think you've inspired me to capture sunlight in some way today on my camera...hmm. =)

And those pretty, and I love their title! The title turned ordinary dishcloths into beauty, and I love that!

This post made me smile this morning, and your Bible opened to Ecclesiastes reminds me of the last 2 verses in that book which say:

"Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil." Ecclesiastes 12:13-14

There is sunshine in my soul today! =)


Elinor Dashwood said...

Ohhhh the photography is BEAUTIFUL! Especially the first photo!

Yes, we have been having a lot of winter sunlight too. The sun is shining right now and it is so gorgeous!

I love your new dishcloths; they really do speak morning sunlight! :-D

Lady Kate said...

How beautiful! Sunlight and scripture- two of God's most precious blessings!


Cheri said...

Ruth Ann,

Thankyou for sharing and for your encouragement, too!


Thanks to you, also. I was glad to have been able to capture a little bit of sunshine yesterday, as now we are having a delightful snowstorm! =)

Lady Kate,

Thankyou for stopping by! You have a lovely blog, and I'll have to be sure to pop in to take a peek at yours every now and then.