Thursday, August 30, 2012

A Welcoming!


A million more pictures will follow but join me in welcoming little Aria Noelle to our family!  (All 7 pounds and 19" of her.  )  She made her entrance into the world this morning amid a flurry of prayers, tears, phone calls and texts!  How grateful I am for technology that cushions the crevasse of a thousand plus miles and a God so big that nothing can separate me from Him!
I spun this month's fiber to help calm my emotions!  This is Eri silk; the most pleasurable silk I have worked with to date.  I will be purchasing some more of this fiber.  If you have tried Tussah silk and didn't have a great spinning experience, give this a try!  You will still need a high spinning ratio but it is not a struggle to get it on the bobbin or when plying.  What a nice momento of this memorable day!

(Bill took me to the doctors this morning and now that I am on medicine, I am going to make a great leap to health so I can fly out to hold the newest granddaughter next week!)

5 comments:

  1. She looks so small but she was a good size!

    Congratulations to the proud parents and grandparents. Welcome little Aria Noel -- you are part of a wonderful family.

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  2. congratulations--bet you can't wait to spoil her. Enjoy the special time with your family!! Sharon

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  3. congratulations! the last few days and hours of waiting are the worst, I think - but what a joy, when the new family member is "home"! all the best to the baby, the parents - and of course the new grandparents:) and get better soon, so that you can hold her!

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  4. Congratulations on your new family member. There is something just so magical about new life! Welcome to the world, Aria Noel.

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  5. Look at that adorable wee baby! And the very proud papa.

    Now I want to get my Eri silk spun up.

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