Spring seems to be here - at least for a few days.
What do you think this necklace is made out of? Give me a guess, if you have one. I will share the story about it on Friday for Show and Tell.
And now - the testimonial. This is an unpaid advertisement.
Adorable, Utilitarian, Versatile
Great for all the normal, well-known uses - keeping your clothes from always having a bit of recycled milk on the left shoulder, useful for cleaning little tiny faces after a little spit-up incident.
But -- they have unexpected uses --
For instance, suppose you don't have a bib handy, or you forgot it at home:
It makes a GREAT substitute, temporary bib.
I know, I know, experts will tell us not to prop the bottle. But - when you have 4 little girls 5 and under that you're caring for, you either need lots more hands, or you need to improvise. These burp cloths serve yet another purpose:
Folded just so, they work very well as bottle proppers!
Diane of Diane's Place told me that she on occasion has used the burp cloth as an emergency diaper - after all, that's what they started out as!
So -- all of you who need burp cloths, know somebody who needs burp cloths, or know somebody that may someday need burp clothes, rush over to Barb's place, Chelsea Morning and place your order. Barb's starting her own on-line store, and the burp cloths are just the beginning.
On a more serious note, please keep up-to-date with
One more thing - Thank you so much for so many pledges of prayer for my friend, Ruth. She's having an implant that is supposed to suppress the pain in her spine and down her leg. Next Monday, April 14, will be the first part of the process. She and her husband have to remain in Denver for the entire week until the second part of the process, which will be the following Monday, April 21. They are supposed to be able to come home on the 22nd. She was so happy this morning when I told her that so many of you would be holding her up in prayer.