My Grandmother used to always say “Birds of a feather, flock together”, well I am sure that could mean more than one thing, but in this photo of my granddaughters it means…whatever one of them has, the other wants one! It’s their age I guess? For Christmas Angie really loves dress up and especially to dress up like any kind of an animal, so I decided to make bird wings for her. As soon as I started designing and making them, I thought what I was going to make for Jenny ( her sister ) could wait till later. I knew that if I was going to make one set of wings, I probably should make two. Here is the photo of the girls on Christmas day, with their Christmas dresses still on and with their bird wings, I think it was a smart decision for me to keep these birds flocking and flying together! They really did turn out fun and they really loved them!
In many ways we are try to encourage their differences….each one fun and unique and yet, one always wants to have, do or say what the other one does. So for now I will just make 2 of each, it’s a lot more peaceful that way!
Today, I got to go see the model home of a new house one of my relatives is building…it was beautiful! At first I thought, I would love to have this big of downstairs, or this incredible kitchen and on and on. Then I realized I need to just remember my cute home which I love, and not want everything someone else has. So even at my age that is easy to want what someone else has? Still, I am so happy for them and I really am grateful for my incredible home that we have been blessed with.
Seems like even at my age…I am continuing to learn. I guess that is the pattern of life…live and learn!
Good night my dear friends!
“Birds have wings; they're free; they can fly where they want when they want. They have the kind of mobility many people envy.” ~ Roger Tory Peterson
”Birds sing after a storm; why shouldn't people feel as free to delight in whatever remains to them?” ~ Rose Kennedy