Yesterday the pale January sun was shining. It was still minus-degrees outside, but if you were standing very close to the wall and let the sun shine on your face, well, then you could do it without wearing a coat, hat and mittens. And all of a sudden I remembered what summer was like... And spring...
My daughter is so desperate for spring. She wants to pick flowers. Yesterday we were at swimming school, and outside there was a little piece of green grass. And she immediately threw herself to the ground started ripping up grass. So, desperate for that green stuff... We went for a little walk and she saw some very dry straws, probably grass or some kind of herb. She immediately started to pick "the flowers". Thrilled for the first chance of picking flowers...
Talking about little girls picking flowers. There is one special little girl in Estonia, named Kaisu. She's 18 months old and before Christmas she was diagnosed with leukemia. Her aunt is one of my team members. Anniki is helping her brothers family out, not only with the older syblings of Kaisu, but also financially. Please go to her shop and see if there is something that might appeal to you. You will not only get a beautiful handmade item from Estonia, but also know that you will help someone.
Spring bracelet from byMarianneS
Flower brooch from HansHolzkopf
Cotton baby hat from Woolmint
Scarflette from Lenaknit
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