Gratitude

Warm Words.

If I were my own best friend I would read myself an Irish Blessing…

May you have warm words on a cold evening.

A full moon on a dark night.

And the road downhill all the way to your door.

–Irish Blessing

***I love it when inspiration randomly strikes me. I was making breakfast and this saying was on the side of the oatmeal box!  How lovely! And unexpected. 

I immediately fell in love with the idea of “warm words” being knit into a really soft, comfy scarf or hat that you could wear on a cold night. I can just picture it: knit, purl, purl, knit, warm words, knit, purl, purl, knit, warm words, and so on!

I know this saying didn’t actually mean “wear the warm words on a cold night”… but isn’t it great when it’s chilly outside and you have the softest, warmest scarf and hat to keep you warm while you move from point A to point B?? Why not have warm words knit right into the mix too?!?

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