Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Growing

growing

I had snapped this photo on Mother's Day from way across the yard at the patio door - marveling at the sweetness between the two of them, unprompted, no instructions to Bela to let Roman have a go with the hose.  Perfect gift for my day.  Over the past week of being gone, I scrolled through my camera photos more than once just to look at it and imagined (hoped) something just as good was happening at home without me.  And it must have been.  Because the garden is robust and twice the size it was when we left.  I believe all the children are too.

It is so good to be home.  More soon on my time at Quilt Market.  Hoping you are well.
xoxoxAM

14 comments:

  1. What a sweet picture. You have the cutest family, by the way. I'm so excited to see everything from Market and all of your new stuff. Since seeing pictures of your new stuff from people on Twitter, I've been racking my brain to come up with ways to make money to buy every bit of it. I love the new needlepoint pillows, and they will be a perfect addition to the bolster. You are continually awesome, Anna Maria Horner. I do hope you know that in its fullness. Have a beautiful day!

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  2. No lovelier reflection of your love, than children gently engaged in kindness and devotion, to each other and their work (or play!)

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  3. How peaceful. Simultaneously reading this post I have Phil Collins' "Another Day in Paradise", turkey finally in the oven and kids patient and loving with mama. Life is good :)

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  4. Anonymous12:55 PM

    So good to see you again on-line.

    Isabela looks more and more like your mother to me (not that I've ever met either, but from your photos I can see the resemblance :-).

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  5. That's just fantastic. Love, love , love the new lines and cannot wait to see them up-close. Love all the Market photos floating around, but what I really want to know is, where did you get those cute black platform shoes? I just love them and I know I can't be the only one.

    Happy sewing,
    Angie

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  6. it's these moments of sibling sweetness that remind us we're doing a good job, right?

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  7. So sweet! I can't wait to see pictures from Quilt Market!

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  8. So so sweet! I had a similar post today on my blog too:) Sweet, sweet children:) Fantastic booth anna...my fav yet. Just thrilling. xoxo

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  9. I've been loving seeing some photos from Market on various blogs and seeing your Field Study line...can't wait to see more. I wanted to tell you that I watched "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer" on Netflix today with my boys and I noticed that the main character was wearing a shirt made out of Little Folks Voile. It was super cute! Just thought I'd let you know I noticed it!
    Chanda

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  10. Such a lovely moment to have captured. I just found your blog and I al really enjoying reading through your posts.

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  11. Love all the Market photos floating around, but what I really want to know is

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