Monday, February 4, 2013

When a Tea Towel Says, "I love you."



I'm gaga about this tea towel, which was given to me by Joy and Rhys for Christmas. I want to have it framed, it means that much to me. Here's why:


I was hoping to have a whole new post to share with you, so I feel like a repost is a bit of a cheat. But some new and exciting things are happening for the ever-curious acorn, so I've been busy. Eeep! Can't wait to share it with you in the future.    

Love you, friends! 

12 comments:

monix said...

I loved this story first time round and think it is wonderful that your daughter found the tea towel as a permanent reminder for you. I love your family!

I hope you'll pop over and enter my book draw in the next few days.

Maureen xx

angelina said...

whoooo i love a surprise what are you doing over missy ...

my wonderful package arrived today !!!!! it totally picked me up out of a blah blah moment.

thank you for being my friend jodi.
cant wait to sew and read.
bless you xxxxxxx

Connie Smiley said...

Hiya Jodi. Love that story about you and your dad, and I love your perfect reminder.

Dewena Callis said...

Of course you love it! I enjoyed reading your other post about running around the yard with a salt shaker in your hand. Smart father! There's a vague memory on the tip of my brain about this old saying but I can't pin it down.

Love the graphics on the tea towel; it will give you so many happy moments.

Rayanne McKay said...

Oh...I'm excited, love your posts!! Ok, now I'm going to read your link.
Much love,
Rayanne

Southern Gal said...

Ah, yes. I thought that looked familiar. Frame it!

Nancy said...

Oh, how I love when you say,"eep!"

And, I just can't wait to hear (and see) more about the new and exciting.

Eeep!

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

One of my brothers-in-law used to get his sons to do this! I didn't realize it was world wide!

Your post is very tantalizing today. Can't wait to hear more.

JoAnn Hallum said...

EEEP! So thrilling. ;)

Julie said...

what an awesome tea towel! Joy is so thoughtful (as always)! I love the story about your dad.

Mary Drennen said...

Love the towel. It is so funny and classic. Chaio from Rome.

Sara said...

I remember that post. What a treat you now have a dishtowel to match and the memories it surely brings back whenever you see it.

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