Over the last couple of days I have finished the last 4 blocks of Gail Pan's BOM, and I am searching for border fabrics in my fabric collection.
Date: before 12th century
intransitive verb 1 a : to have a firm religious faith b : to accept as true, genuine, or real <ideals we believe in> <believes in ghosts>
2 : to have a firm conviction as to the goodness, efficacy, or ability of something <believe in exercise>
3 : to hold an opinion :
I believe that we all are able to make our days as good as possible by being the the best versions of ourselves, not only to others, but also to ourselves!
I believe every day is a gift to treasure.
Date: 13th century
1 : a high degree of gratification : joy; also : extreme satisfaction
2 : something that gives great pleasure <her performance was a delight>
3 archaic : the power of affording pleasure
Take pride in what you make and what you do, and you will both give and receive delight.
Etymology: French noël Christmas, carol, from Old French Nael (Deu), Noel Christmas, from Latin natalis birthday, from natalis natal
1 : a Christmas carol
2 capitalized : christmas
I like Christmas carols, especially if sung by the tenors. You know me - I like Advent the most, doing the Christmas preparations and listening to Christmas music on the radio. I found in another dictionary that carols also applies to other religious celebrations.
Carols are part of our traditions. Traditions gives continuity through generations.
Date: 14th century
1 a : the use of means (as charms or spells) believed to have supernatural power over natural forces b : magic rites or incantations
2 a : an extraordinary power or influence seemingly from a supernatural source b : something that seems to cast a spell : enchantment
3 : the art of producing illusions by sleight of hand
Add a magic touch to everyday life by being good to yourself, daily. Warm tea, candles and a daily thread on your favourite stitchery or quilt - need I say more ? :-)