a little love garland

Cut out some red hearts from some fabric.
hearts
Cut some hearts from some brown kraft tissue paper.
hearts
Zig zag stitch them onto some white yarn and you got yourself a little love garland.
a little love garland
And sweetly hang it over your bed.
hanging over our bed
Plus, it makes it a bit more cheery with my newly thrifted granny square afghan. I just love this newest find. The colors are so happy!
I must say that I am not in the greatest of moods today. Ben and I fought last night (see we are SO normal) and we have our moments. I am in a poo-poo love mood today. Just wanted to be honest. That’s all. I am sure the happiness will resume soon, but maybe that is after Ben and I talk (but I am in no mood to talk) and I stop yelling (I am in the mood to only yell). Yup. That’s right. I yell! And loud too!!! God definitely needs to soften my heart because I am super mad. Maybe, it will be softer tomorrow. We’ll see…
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19 Responses to “a little love garland”

  1. Renee says:

    I've been looking for an afghan just like that…the colors are amazing!!! It does make one feel happy to see such cheery colors! I love your love garland,too. :)

    Hope you & Ben start talking soon…we had one of our arguments last week that led to a whole week of the silent treatment from both of us….not fun. I hate when we argue,but it's fun to make up. :)

  2. Alena Jo says:

    I love your honesty! We all have our tough moments. I often feel like I need to soften my heart…

    Hope your day gets better!

  3. Kim says:

    praying the lord will soften both your hearts and that he will bring an abundance of grace into this situation! :)

    hang in there.

  4. Liz Kim says:

    Your blog makes me melt, and I'm pretty solid.

    Love,
    Liz Kim

  5. Well, there's always the make-up time to look forward to!! ;) Anyone who doesn't get upset once in a while is just not being honest!!!
    I love your little love garland!! Read the quote I just posted today– I bet that's how Ben feels about you!

  6. katieoz says:

    i so appreciate your honesty. for awhile I kind of thought maybe you and your family were perfect :) it's so comforting to know you're more human than I thought. It is so awesome of you to be vulnerable about it with complete strangers, like me!

  7. RachelDenbow says:

    It's kind of affirming to know I'm not the only one who can feel terrible for posting about love stories while having had an argument with her own love.

    I'm thankful for a patient and forgiving husband. I get the feeling your Ben is one of those, too.

    And I know full well about waking up mad and wanting to start the day with yelling. We're all there from time to time, mama.

    Your blanket=prettiest one I've ever seen thrifted.

  8. Emily says:

    That afghan is amazing, and to hear you thrifted it gives me hope that I'll maybe have such luck some day to find one half as beautiful! I'd like to learn to crochet granny squares, but I keep collecting hobbies and I'm trying to focus my creative outlet into sewing… it's hard to resist though.

    And I completely appreciate your vulnerability in sharing about your fight. I think if all of us were more real about our hearts, we'd experience more of God's grace in our lives and relationships. My husband and I have a hard time expressing frustration with each other, and end up letting it just trickle into our lives without realizing we need to adjust our perspectives and soften our hearts as well.

    Thanks again for sharing, you have a beautiful family!

  9. oh wow that is the prettiest blanket ever! hopefully your day will get better once you see your honey again. thanks for keeping it real! best of luck.

  10. jen says:

    we had a night like that on sunday…hang in there!

    your afgan is awesome!

  11. mandiegirl says:

    I love that you're so honest- thanks!

  12. :) erin says:

    every mom and wife has days like these. except only a few of us are willing to blog about it.
    love the thrift find. i am always so amazed by what people lug off to the thrift store. lucky for us, right.
    xo-e

  13. Ruby, you manage to get the most cheerful finds of all! You're seriously making me want to go all white and lovely like your home is :)

    I love your honesty, and hope that lovely moments come quickly. I am praying for you my friend ♥

  14. quiltygal says:

    Hey just surfed into your blog & been reading all your old posts do you still want to learn to do some granny squares? & flowers? if so go to http://attic24.typepad.com I have learnt to crochet from her and am doing her bag at the moment she has very easy to understand tutorials with heaps of pics ….

  15. OfficeTYPE says:

    That is such a beautiful shot. I just love the afghan and the little bits you have on the wall. So pretty!

  16. I am working on my own right at this moment :)

  17. Maggie says:

    I absolutely LOVE the Afghan!!! :)

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