Monday, February 23, 2009

TO CREATE

I learned at church yesterday (no not a sermon) that to create is to take unorganized matter and create something that did not exist before. Don't we all fit that bill? We are all creators. Then I learned that part of being a creator is having compassion. I think all of you would agree that we quilters are some of the most compassionate people around, at least that is what I have seen from all of the blogs and comments. So my thought for us all today is to KEEP ON CREATING....I LOVE ALL YOUR CREATIONS!!! I ENJOY LOOKING AT THEM AND ENJOY YOUR COMMENTS AND FRIENDSHIPS.

On a side note (my computer is giving me fits and won't let me put this on the side bar), Fiber Fabrications is having a wonderful giveaway, why don't you meander over there and take a look at what she is giving away and her wonderful alpaca's.

6 comments:

Linda said...

Thanks for the link! She had just posted the most beautiful picture of a new alpacca mom with the 'aunts' checking out the baby!
Sounds like it was a great sermon! You're right - quilters are creators and a GREAT percentage of the quilters I have had the pleasure of meeting online and off have hearts full of compassion!
Thank you for sharing! :)
Linda

Fiesta said...

Barb thank you for the link and your beautiful comment about creators. You are always so compassionate and giving with your kind words.

Pat said...

Yes....quilters are quite a breed......and that shows itself time and again. And to have the internet to meet so many other quilters is just wonderful, isn't it? Let's think: QUILTS = Quilters United In Love To Share!!!!!

Jackie said...

Crafters as a whole are such generous, nice people! I had not realized just how much until I started reading blogs. It's amazing how the fiber arts can unite people who otherwise would not have "met" or had anything in common!

Needled Mom said...

I have heard of several people complaining about the sidebars on blogger this week. It must be a bug that is going around. Perhaps someone needs to "create" a solution.

Sara said...

I agree - I couldn't do without the creative people I know...I'd be lost!