Hey, it's Earth Day!

Here is my favorite Wombat remindig us that we only have one planet and we kind of have to get along to survive. So, Happy Earth Day, yo!



The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes within the souls of people when they realize their relationship, their oneness with the universe and all its powers, and when they realize that at the center of the universe dwells the Great Spirit, and that this center is really everywhere, it is within each of us.

-- Black Elk (1863-1950)

It's nice to be reminded that the source of peace can be found within each one of us. And letting go and giving in to it is much tougher than it sounds. Will you be committed to peace?


Enjoying it all right now

The sun is shining. The sky is too-blue and the hills are alive with colors and sounds and movement. The earth finally rose up from her slumber and she's sharing all her sweetest dreams with us.

Springtime is definitely a time where I re-awaken from crafty inactivity. I have many projects in my head and I can only keep my fingers crossed that they grow into something real. Right now I'm enjoying spring and all the cool stuff you can make. Since Easter is right around the corner I knit two little Easter Bunnies for the kids. Meet Bunny 1 and Bunny 2.

The adorable FREE (yes, FREE!) can be found at Little Cotton Rabbits. *Thank you, Ann, for sharing such a wonderful link* Check out all of the other free patterns too. There are some cutecute egg pattern as well.

In other crafty corners, Audrey and I made some God's Eyes. I was inspired by an awesome tutorial via
Coiled. It was fun to search for our branches and sticks upon which to house our Eyes. And I love the mythology behind God's Eyes and what it symbolizes. I think I like them because it would be nice to have "the power to see and understand all things unknown" (definition found at Wikipedia). It was a great day of weaving and chatting for us girls.

Audrey's God's Eye

My God's Eye