Poem of the Week.

October 11, 2010  |  Featured Posts

“My Life is but a Weaving”

My life is but a weaving

between my Lord and me;

I cannot choose the colours,

He worketh steadily.

Oft times He weaveth sorrow,

And I , in foolish pride;

Forget He sees the upper,

And I the under side.

Not ’til the loom is silent

and the shuttles cease to fly,

Shall God unroll the canvas

and explain the reason why.

The dark threads are as needful

in the Weaver’s skillful hand,

As the threads of gold and silver

in the pattern He has planned.

He knows, He loves, He cares,

nothing this truth can dim.

He gives His very best to those

who leave the choice with Him.

anon.

Today, as promised, details of my October Giveaway.

If you would like to enter, then please comment on this post only – if you’re happy to do it then please tell me one thing about yourself.

October Giveaway.

The giveaway includes the Cross Eyed Cricket chart Three Gables, the hand dyed linen 32 count (small piece), a hand made scissors fob, a set of Hallowe’en buttons and a hand made bracelet (generous size).

The fob is made of sterling silver findings, leather and hand made lampwork beads.

The bracelet is made of sterling silver components, including the “believe” bead and gemstone beads.

Today’s post is short and sweet, I’m afraid. Β This is what happens when a body has to “work” for a living!!

Thanks for stopping by today and also for the lovely comments you continue to leave.

Edinburgh is a lovely city, I never tire of visiting it.

Please pop in later in the week and remember to leave a comment if you want to be entered in the giveaway. I will make the draw this Friday 15th at ten o’clock in the evening our time (UK).


11 Comments


  1. What a beautiful poem.

    I would love to be entered into your giveaway.

    Hmmm one thing you do not know about me….. Oh I know, my youngest daughter and I are so much alike. She is the spitting image of me and I have a picture to prove it. She also has my tender heart.

    Thank you for letting me join in the fun.

  2. What a lovely poem.
    Thank you for such a generous giveaway, what a fabulous prize, I’d love to enter please if that is ok.
    As for something about me, well, over the last 14 1/2 months I’ve lost over 120lbs in weight, going from a size 28 to a size 12!

  3. I would love to be entered into your giveaway please πŸ™‚
    And for a fact about me, I have super curly hair, the rest of my family has straight hair.

  4. Please enter me in your giveaway – Halloween is my favorite holiday to stitch for!

    One thing you wouldn’t know about me – I love to bake, especially fancy decorated cookies! My friends and family have come to expect them for most occasions now πŸ™‚
    Thank you!

  5. Hi! I would love to be entered in your giveaway! I love the pictures of Scotland, it is my dearest wish to visit someday…my grandfather was from Scotland.

    What you don’t know – I lurk on blogs! (and enjoy your’s very much.)
    Thank you!

  6. Thanks for the opportunity, what a generous giveaway! One thing about myself: I love to read horror stories, but can’t stand watching horror films πŸ™‚

  7. I would love to be entered!

    Something about me: I’ve lived my entire life (with the exception of six months) in Indiana, US. In cities within three hours of each other. The six-month exception was living in Minneapolis while I completed an internship for my degree.

  8. I also would love to enter. Halloween is my favorite holiday.

    One thing about me–I am 61 and only have one grandchild. I envisioned many by now!

  9. Oh, please enter me, it’s alovely giveaway. I am very much a dog person (owned by two Westies) but my favourite books are about cats, written by Doreen Tovey!

  10. What a beautiful giveaway! Please enter my name in your drawing!

    One thing about myself – I taught myself to embroider when I was 9 yesrs old, and I have been doing needlework ever since!

  11. I love to enter in your giveaway,it looks beautiful.
    one thing you don’t know ,yet, i live in the Netherlands, in a town called Alkmaar.

    I hope you’ll have a great weekend.

    Hugs Yvon

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