Monday, June 4, 2012

Mug Rugs

Winning a drawing of a lovely Blog give-away is always a treat.  So when Angie had a drawing in April for her darling Mug Rugs (isn't that the cutest name!) I was thrilled when my name was drawn.  Not only did she draw my name but she let me select the color Mug Rug I would like for her to make.  I requested blue and white.


Today the mailman brought me a parcel with these two darling Mug Rugs.  Each shape that Angie quilted on them is a different, cute design.  I especially like the tea cup.  Not only did she send me the prize of the Mug Rugs but she also sent the dainty hand-made counted cross-stitch book mark.  The amazing thing is that the verse she selected, Psalm 119:105 Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path, is the very verse  I have been using in the new Real Christianity small group class that I have just begun on May 6th.  I absolutely love the way God does things like that!!!!  She also included a cute lined paper note pad and a lovely hand written card.  

Thank you so very much Angie for all of it.
Now, I wish some blog friend would drop in so I could serve them coffee or tea and a pastry of some kind on my new Mug Rugs!!  Who might that turn out to be?????

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5 comments:

Mari said...

They are so cute! I would love to be that friend, but I'm afraid we aren't heading in that direction. Maybe someday!

Kathy said...

I can't think of a finer person to have received the gift of the beautiful blue and white mug rugs. Yes, I too love the name. I'm thinking that I might need an entire quilt, however, with the way I seem to drip coffee here and there.

They're just beautiful, and I know you must've been so please to have received them. Someday, I intend on being one of the ones to share a mug rug and a cup of coffee with you. Much love!

Angie said...

I'm so glad you liked everything and I, too, was blessed that the Lord prompted me to stitch that verse! It makes it a blessing all around. Enjoy!

Leilani Lee said...

I think about you often, along with other members of the "Club" who have lost children. And for you, the first anniversary of her death has come and gone. A time to reflect, as you did. One wonders how people who do not have the "balm of Gilead" manage to cope.

Brenda said...

Ahem...ya I put my name in there too. Seriously, glad you won, Susan. Those are so neat.