Friday, September 10, 2010

Courtney Unleashed: The Mask

Courtney Unleashed: The Mask: "Mr.Tucker(art teacher) made us make masks for halloween. Here's mine!!Can you guess who i is?? p.s. If you can't's the Queen ..."

This was made by my wonderful youngest grand daughter. Isn't she talented?

Sunday, June 13, 2010


Gotta laugh right?

When life throws so much at you all at once....what else can you do? Cry...well, maybe for a while. Go to bed and cover up your head?  OR start over...or again...or wherever your situation has landed you. is what I decided to do...start over, revamp and learn from the experience. Which lead me to my here is another lemon.

Take a gentle peek at my new blog design. I say gentle because I really AM aware...honest I am...that there is this huge space between the headers and the content. This is what I get from using the DESIGN element that is new to Blogger. I am sure at some point I'll figure out what to do in order to correct this slight set back. HOWEVER, in the meantime I'm just gonna leave it. There ARE more pressing issues to deal with right now.

I did however get a new project finished today.
Didn't think it would happen but it did...take a look and see what I made for me.

So, here it is a KNOCK OFF of my own is that for copy write  I've redesigned an old stand by pattern I designed years ago. While it is utilitarian in nature it is quiet lovely and hip. An inset of a coordinating fabric can either be worn around the waist or as an empire for the younger crowd. The ties are simple yet cute and the tie around the neck isn't my usual. So, tell me please....would you like the apron or the pattern?
Contact me through my Grandpa Grandmas Attic shop or at Handmade with Love.  Since I haven't listed it yet you will have to ask for CUSTOM order for new NEW APRON design.
Heck call me if you like...just remember when calling will get a weird little recording but you know what to do.
Just leave your message if I don't answer and I'll get right back to you.

In and Because of HIM,

Wednesday, June 9, 2010


It seems as if life has thrown lemons at me BUT I am hard at work attempting to make "LEMONADE"!

Have joined a new marketing group....take a look at it here. Southern Belle Marketing is a marketing group owned/operated by Jackie Erwin Ladner who has been online for over 20 years.

Jackie has been helping others by marketing their biz online through her ning site and she also runs a virtual online shopping mall where she offers wahm advertising that you can find here. Both sites mingle and mesh together to make one.

Here are other ways you can connect with Jackie:

Jackie Erwin Ladner

Missississippi Gulf Coast

email: jackieladner@


cellular: 601-347-2048

Be sure and tell her Susan Peterman sent you her way!

So go check them out now...while I continue to figure out how to make THE MOST SCRUMPTIOUS LEMONADE in Texas...

In and Because of HIM,

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

I'm VERY Sad This Morning!

As of  yesterday June 1st Handmade with Love will no longer carry PDF Black Cat Creations patterns. As most of you know I work at my local quilt store and our owner called me into her office to say that what I'm doing is "conflict of interest". Earlier this year she also told me she thought my carrying PDF patterns at all was a conflict so....I may be forced to remove ALL PDF patterns from all my sites. :-(

Having said that, I have made the decision to cancel my plans for a stand alone site. I can not afford to lose my job or my health insurance because of "a conflict of interest" and knowing "all of our stores vendors" she is concerned that I will be in direct conflict with her online store as well as her brick and mortar locations. (Guess I should be flattered! ~grin~grin~grin.)

Anyway, if any of you would like a hard copy of Black Cat Creations patterns please go to their site at Amy Cotham and Judy Reynolds are super fine ladies and would love to hear from you.

In and Because of  HIM,

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Drum roll please....

Ormond Beach Quilts
Designer: Robin Wilson
Pattern Name: Christmas Tree Wall Hanging
Finished Size: Finished size is 33" x 39"

Christmas tree wall hanging will make the most wonderful gift for yourself or the one you give it to.

*****This pattern is a digital download e-pattern. You will NOT receive a hard copy pattern. You will receive download link via email within 24 hours of cleared payment.

To find this and other products by well known designers go to:

Whether you are an established or "budding" designer and would like to talk about getting your designs "on paper" and/or online contact us here on the blog or at one of the following email addresses:



OR if you prefer to call:


Remember...more than likely you will get an answering machine most the time 'cause I am a hard working gal and don't just sit around waiting for a call. BUT, I will get back with you A.S.A.P.!     PROMISE!

In and Because of  HIM,

Saturday, May 22, 2010


I can NOT believe it's been 10 days since my last blog update and 3days past the time I promised myself and announced to the world that Handmade with Love was going live!!!

However, I'm giving myself a break...considering I work a 40 hour week "real" job, already own 2 online venues where I sell wares, Twitter, FaceBook and trying to get my new site up and running it's no wonder I haven't blogged in days! Whew I'm tired.

I now have a bit of help...the parts of my new online store that I can't do right now...a friend is helping. SO, perhaps it won't be long at all before I can hit the "LIVE" button!

My dear hubby has been so patient and encouraging! The many nights sitting in front of my laptop with fingers flying over the key board, listening to me grumble when things don't go quite right, he has consistently sat here lovingly with me and spoke words of truth and has uplifted. Thank you God for that bit of support and letting me know I'm on the right track.

Today my plans include finishing up one bit of HMWL business and then I'm off to the sewing room. I bought some new fabric yesterday and now my fingers are itching to sew. A bit of diversion from sitting in front of my friend Mrz Laptop!

Y'all have a really nice day now YA HERE!

In and Because of HIM,

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Handmade with Love
is not a new kid on the block but we are a new on the World Wide Web venue offering PDF (down loadable) patterns from all genre'. 

Will  feature "ready made" a sample of the quilt you just designed and want to sell it? We will be happy to help you do that. (Just remember all ready mades MUST be new and unused, except for having been displayed at a show, shop, festival, etc.)

IF you would like to have your patterns published contact us...we are going live on the web next week and would love to feature your designs as our NEW KID on the block!

So whether you design jewelry, quilt, make purses, it.....we'd love to help you sell your product.

You may contact us here on the blog or at one of the following email addresses:

OR if you prefer to call:
Remember...more than likely you will get an answering machine most the time 'cause we are hard working gals and don't just sit around waiting for a call. BUT, we will get back with you A.S.A.P.!

In and Because of HIM,

Monday, May 10, 2010


We are a very close to opening day at Handmade with Love...
I know we've been saying it for a while now however, it really is going to very soon! So, keep your eyes peeled for OPENING DAY!

....please meet the brains behind our newest designers...from

Judy Reynolds
Mom was an excellent seamstress. She passed her techniques down to me. I had 3 kids and made just about everything they wore. While raising my kids, I drew, painted, and crocheted – just about any craft that came along.

At the prime age of 49, I graduated from college with an art degree. I painted for a year, and taught classes at many shops. Then I got a job at my local quilt shop. My palette changed from paints to fabrics. I began making baby quilts adding my own perspective and originality. The shop really appreciated having a budding designer in their midst and they encouraged me to create some original designs.

I started Black Cat Creations in 1998 but soon realized I would need some help to make my designs come to life. That’s about the time that Amy Cotham began working at the shop. We became partners and started marketing patterns our way.

It’s so much fun to open a catalog or magazine and see one of my designs. They seem to take on a life of their own. I hope everyone else enjoys making my patterns as much as I enjoyed creating them.

Amy Cotham
I think I was born crafting! I’ve always been interested in something – macramé, decoupage, crochet, folk art painting. I took my first quilting class in 1984. I was pregnant with my second child – bad timing. Have you ever tried to piece a Double Wedding Ring quilt on the machine when you couldn’t even reach the pedals? Well, with determination and lots of luck, I managed to get it done. That was the start of a love affair. No matter what craft trends have come and gone, quilting has always remained my #1.

Quilting has brought me so many great friends. In 1992, our family moved to Saudi Arabia. I quickly discovered that there wasn’t much to do, so I formed a quilting group – the Bedouin Piecemakers. Would you believe they’re still going strong today?

My love of quilting lead me to pursue a job at my local quilt shop. I’ve cut fabrics, sold machines, managed employees and kept the shop stocked. It was there that I met my partner, Judy Reynolds. With her art background, she was able to design beautiful original quilts that everyone just had to have. Together, we formed Black Cat Creations in 1998.

Since then, Judy and I have really enjoyed creating fun and easy patterns that appeal to quilters of all skill levels. We hope to continue to grow and expand as the market and our customer’s needs grow.

Handmade with Love is the "go to" site for Black Cat Creations newest pattern format. We will offer PDF form of  their most popular & "oldies but goodies"  patterns.

Black Cat Creations has several designers on will be able to choose from several pattern types. So, now that you've met them....check 'em out here: Handmade with Love

Just to tease you a bit....

In and Because of HIM,
Handmade with Love

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Kathy Adams of KoolKat Quilting

Kathy Adams of KoolKat Quilting is one of  Handmade with Love designers. We are so excited to have Kathy with us.

I had an opportunity to interview Kathy a while back and would love to introduce you to her. Hope you enjoy reading about her and her "rise to fame" in the quilting world.

Hi Kathy, how did you come up with the name for your company? 

"I have always had cats as pets, right from when I grew up.  Currently we have one very spoilt Burmese cat named Kurtley.  Since I have been working from home, I have noticed how often the cat is stretched out sound asleep.  This led to thoughts like “If I come back, I’m coming back as that cat,” and from there to contemplating how “cool” the cat appeared to be in its whole approach to life.  Hence “KoolKat Quilting”

How did you get your start and who gave you your first “break” if they did?

"I have been quilting for the past 20 years and after having sent my quilts to a long arm quilting service and appreciating the benefits, I decided to purchase my first Gammill Classic in 2003.  My first “break” occurred shortly afterwards when a friend appeared on my door-step with five quilts.  “Heard you just bought a quilting machine,” she said. I had hardly opened the instruction book before I found myself plunging in at the deep end as a machine quilting service.  Some time after that I decided to start designing my own quilt patterns.  I have had art and design training and a love of designing and making things which has encompassed anything from making my own clothes, to pottery, lead-light glass work and now quilt patterns.  This background coupled with a working knowledge of design software such as CorelDraw, helped me get started.  A quilt shop in Brisbane took one of my first designs, Gather Ye Rosebuds, as a Block of the Month, and this, plus KoolKat’s machine quilting customers, has helped me to develop my quilt pattern design work."
What type “work” do you prefer?

"I love stained glass quilts, contemporary quilts, traditional quilts – everything!"

How long have you been at your craft?

"I started making quilts about 20 years ago – gosh, it is that long ago!  I thought it would be an easy and “cheap” hobby and that I could just use scraps of any old fabric – fortunately I am much wiser now.  But as my friends say – it’s still a lot cheaper than therapy!"

Who has been the most influential person in your craft career?

"My first quilting teachers and quilting friends were so very supportive and encouraging.  Quilting has been very relaxing during challenging times of my life. I have found the quilting world to be very positive – I love “show and tell” as do all quilters.  It is also a very social activity."

Kathy lives in Queensland, Australia in a large rural town. She has been married for thirty-four years and wonders "where they all went". Kathy and her husband have one daughter, twenty-eight years old and is currently studing."

What gives you the greatest JOY in life.

"I have so much to be grateful for – my wonderful husband, great family and friends, good health and many creative opportunities. The artistic drive is very strong within me. I love to see an original quilt design come to fruition.  After visualizing an idea it is wonderful to be able to touch and feel the finished item.  I am lucky, working professionally in the quilting field, that I have had access to the best quality machines and materials to help my work come to life.  Also, because I quilt full time, all the practice I have had over the years has developed my skills enormously so that I am now able to execute most of my ideas without too much frustration.

My goals for the next decade include getting my patterns and designs out there for more quilters to enjoy, entering some major quilt shows, and continuing to provide a terrific quilting service for all my customers."

Kathy, thank you so much for taking the time to answer our questions.
You can check Kathy and KoolKat Quilting out at our temporary home by clicking HERE!

In and Because of HIM,

Saturday, May 1, 2010


Strangled by Wild Geese
by Rochelle Martin and Laura Day

First in the new Quilted Cat Mystery series!
Released May 2010

Strangled by Wild Geese is the first in a series of 10 books written by Laura Day and her mother Rochelle Martin of Cottage Quilt Designs.

In this first book, of The Quilted Cat mystery series, there are 10 projects, 64 pages, 4 color pages of photos plus Laura's first story in the Quilted Cat mystery series.

Laura has written 8 stories about Isabelle and Tara Reed and Isabelle's cat, George-all solving a mystery with quilts each time. The stories were previously printed in Cotton Spice magazine. Laura is also the author of Orchid Remembrance which is the companion book to the pattern BOM Scrappy Bali Orchids. It's a fabulous story and can be purchased by itself for $4 from our website.

The next book in the Quilted Cat mystery series is entitled Cat Napping and Churn Dashes.

I have already preordered my copy of Strangled by Wild Geese! What are you waiting for?

To get your preorder discount go  HERE   now!

In and Because of HIM,

Friday, April 30, 2010

NEW PATTERN by Designer Rochelle Martin of Cottage Quilts

Quilt  Pillowcase

Rochelle has been having so much fun!
Quilt Size: Throw and Twin, standard size pillowcase

To purchase this item just go to.....

In and Because of HIM,

Saturday, March 6, 2010

L@@K What I Found Today!

Hubby and I had to go buy a garbage disposal this morning. YUCK...but it is nice to be able to live with out the bucket under the sink for all the nasty stuff that had started leaking.

Tomorrow he promises to put up a new light fixture in my studio and while it is nothing fancy (shop fluorescent lighting) it works very well for the space I have. Once that is done we will only have one more light to replace and it will be finished.

Now having told you all the HONEY DO's....we headed right over to the quilt store  (a much better place to be than a hardware store) where I work and found some awesome 'tools' for my hand embroidery line coming out soon.

Once we were done there honey wanted to go to Hobby Lobby where I found some more goodies that will make my life easier for other new projects in line for the new "store" coming soon.

Now that all lead to my wondering the store just in case I might have missed something...and you know I did! Here is the cutest little thing I found to help dress up the window where I sit to is not just will give me inspiration to press on harder and harder so I can one day again be a full time WAHM!

Isn't it cute?

Just a view from across the room.

AND here is what I'll see as I sit at the machine.

OK. Now I've shared my cute little ditty and what I've done today. What have you been doing on this gorgeous day The Lord has made?
In and Because of HIM,

Friday, March 5, 2010

My Friend & Coworker has a New Web Site!

Take a look at this!

CarriezCreationz has some pretty terrific things for sale. She has hooded towels, fabric, baby blankets and more! She is even doing some Re-fashion...what a gal.

Here is a few of her products:

Baby Quilt                                                                    Refashioned Skirt
Backing Fabric

Be sure and let her know that Susan and Melissa sent you!

In and Because of HIM,

Sunday, February 28, 2010


As promised!

Take a look at my "secret" project. I know I've told you about it for a week or so. And now here it is:


"Hip Hop" Gonk

and last but not least "Skully" Gonk

Ok so....tell me what you think!
In and Because of HIM,

Saturday, February 27, 2010


There is nothing more frustrating than to purchase something new, use it for a week....then mess it up! Grrrrr

Bought a new rotary cutting mat and you all KNOW how expensive they are. Well, I was working on my "secret project" for listing in my ArtFire shop this morning. Have been using my pinking shears for the project and my hand gets so tired. (Guess I need to buy those new ergonomic ones...but any way.) Then I had a genius idea (she says chocking). Why not use that cute little pinking blade on that rotary cutter that you never use? Good IDEA! Wrong...I knew better than to use it on my new mat...but time was ticking and I couldn't wait to get this little "ditty" finished. So...

Yep, it gouged a ding in the brand new mat! Grrrrr

Can't say I didn't warn myself...I knew better...but then....lesson learned!

In and Because of HIM,

Friday, February 26, 2010

What have I been doing?

I've been MIA...well not really. Just busy posting and listing new product in the new Handmade With Love Art Fire store.

We have 12 designers including myself and my partner in crime (Melissa)! You'll find us by clicking HERE AND you can follow our blog by clicking on the little sewing machine fast at work quilting those teeny tiny hearts at the top of the screen!

We have so many beautiful patterns from very talented designers...don't miss out. Visit us today.

So, between my "real job" and my FUN TIME job I've been way to busy to even think about The Attic. :( With a little luck and a lot of prayer I hope to be a bit more active in the site for a while anyway.

Working on a "secret" project. Just a hint: you could be seeing a new line of plushies at Handmade with Love. That is ALL I'm sayin'!

BUT before I is a sneak peak of just one of our patterns from KOOLKAT Quilting.

It's now time for me to finish getting ready for work...but it is FRIDAY!

In and Because of HIM,

Monday, February 22, 2010

New Pattern by Designer Rochelle Martin of Cottage Quilts here is the lastest (NEWEST) pattern in Rochelle Martin's shop.
You can find her at
What a cute, cute shop.

You can find all her patterns in our Handmade With Love ArtFire shop. Just click HERE!

We've added so many new patterns and hope to be adding more every day. I still have 13 of Rochelle's patterns to list. Will start on that tomorrow morning.

If any of you know of someone who would like to list their work with us please feel free to send them our way.

My email address is:

Let me hear from you!

In and Because of HIM,

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

FEATURED Shop @ Handmade With Love

Good morning everyone...just wanted you all to take a look at just one of our designers at Cotton Spice.

It is my pleasure to introduce RAMBLING DESIGNS. Bridgett St. Meave has absolutley beautiful original knitting patterns.

Bridgetts' designs are just phenominal. This is just one....

We invite you to see her work at HERE. Purchasing her patterns are just a click away!

And don't forget.....before the end of February Cotton Spice Pattern Shop is moving and will have a name change. We will be known as Handmade With Love and will have a brand new look.

Melissa Warren, my partner in crime and friend, and I are so excited to share this new adventure with you!

This has been a very long awaited move for me. From brick and mortar store to ....well we will see!

We are still recruiting new designers. So go over there right now and check out Handmade With Love.

In and Because of HIM,


Check this out:

To celebrate the launch of this new show, our friends at Janome are letting us give away TWO (yes, TWO!!) dream machines! Someone is going to win the Janome 350e EMBROIDERY machine and a second person is going to win the Janome DC4030 SEWING machine! Now how cool is that?!

In and Because of HIM,

Thursday, February 4, 2010


OUR HOME WAS BROKEN into 4 years ago this coming summer. While we have "recovered"...none of our personal effects were ever found. :-(

The "stuff" was just that...stuff(although my wedding rings were among the loot taken.)The scoundrels also did a lot of collateral damage to our home. Plan ole vandalism...we were at the end of a wonderful vacation in Eureka Springs, ARK when our grown daughter called with "the news".

While we were heart broken and sad we immediately started praying that God would not allow us to become bitter and that we would find it easy to pray for the person(s) responsible that they would come to know Him.

No we are not super Christian heroes or anything like that...we just knew that if we did not chose to "give it to Him" we would be personally affected in ways we did not want. Guess you could say we were selfish in that prayer.

Anyway...just wanted to give you a general background for what I am about show you!

My sewing/crafting room did not survive the break in...they took some things but thankfully things that were easily replaced...but the mess that was left behind was horrendous...fabric thrown, things moved and hidden under stuff...I mean these peeps had a lot of time to "do their thing" before they finally decided to leave!

It has taken me all these years to FINALLY get my room back to the way I wanted it and to MAKE IT MINE AGAIN! I would arrange and rearrange over and over and over again. Nothing seemed to 'work' for me. But the good news....I DID is finished and here is the 'evidence' to prove it.

The view from my kitchen:

Design wall and Accuquilt Go station. :-)

Cutting table:

The LONG awaited is where I write and package your purchases!
This is NOW my favorite room in my house!

Sewing table with a great view to the outside world.

Fabric wall...NO THIS IS NOT ALL OF IT! There are tons in crates. LOL

And last but not least....going back into the kitchen.

Don't tell anyone but I love the fact that I have a concrete floor. I've scattered rugs around for a bit of warmth but cleaning up after a project is so easy. And don't you just love the added feature of the "old oil stained" look on the floor? LOL

In all the MakeOver my poor kitchen was sorely neglected...never fear...her MakeOver is next on the list. AFTER I get some sewin' done.

Now please tell me what you think!

In and Because of HIM,

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Exciting...Exciting NEWS!

I can hardly wait.
Melissa, my friend and former co-worker, and I are about to GO LIVE with our website!

As some of you know I used to own a brick and mortar store. Over head took a toll and well...I moved my store to eBay. Then later to Etsy and ArtFire. Now, with Melissa's help I'm about to have a real live online store. I can't has been a long time in coming...but it is almost here!

At first we will offer PDF patterns from all genre...quilting, clothing, crochet, knitting, scrapbooking...etc.

Then as we grow...we hope to offer print on demand patterns. Want a pattern? We'll print off the press JUST FOR YOU!

Thinking about wholesale as well....

Check back often. Not sure when the STORE will actually go live but it will be soon.

In and Because of HIM,

Friday, January 29, 2010

FEATURED Designer at Handmade with Love

Make this charming baby quilt and bib set for the little one on the way! The blocks feature easy piecing, fusible appliqués and rickrack. Yardage includes enough fabric to make 2 8 1/2" bibs. Quilt size is 35" square-just right for the newborn!

To order click here and you'll be taken to the "right spot"! While you're there be sure to check out all the other won't be disappointed.

In and Because of HIM,

Friday, January 22, 2010


Today is Polka Dot Day...seriously there is such a day. Celebrate it by wearing (what else Polka Dots) and then continue your celebration by going over to COTTON SPICE PATTERN SHOP and....wait for it...SHOP!

ALL for the love of Polka Dots!!!!

In and Because of HIM,
Don’t forget the Subscription Contest!
Check it out here at RUBY!

We currently have a Subscription Contest going on – every 3rd subscriber receives a prize, and every 7th subscriber – receives a complete refund of their subscription price!

AND it is

Go to RUBY BLOG without delay! The blog is free and while you're there why not subscribe. You may just be the 3rd subscriber and get your issue free!!!!

In and Because of HIM,


Thursday, January 14, 2010

Thursday Thoughfulness

2 Corinthians 3:5-7(NIV)

“Not that we are competent in ourselves to claim anything for ourselves, but our competence comes from God. He has made us competent as ministers of a new covenant—not of the letter but of the Spirit; for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life.”

***God says we are competent in Him to be his ministers…to tell the story His new covenant Jesus.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

SUNDAY SHARING Wardrobe Refashion or Repurpose

OK...I realize that most people don't consider aprons as part of their wardrobe. However, I do. Let's face it when you get home from're need to start time to change...solution...throw on an apron! Voila..wardrobe.

I can't live without my aprons and have made many utility aprons...some of which you can find in my Etsy and Handmade With Love online stores.

Some ladies have shoe, purse, hat fetishes...mine (please don't tell)is aprons. I love to make to wear them.

I've joined Wardrobe Refashion for the next 2 months and while I've not had time (yet) to participate...I have done some refashioning in the past (yes, with aprons) and here are two I'd like to share with you.
This apron was made from 2 matching placemats found at my local thrift store. Folded one in half and stitched it to the other...made a seam down the middle of the top placemat to make 2 pockets...then sewed on a wide ribbon in contrasting colors for the tie.

This is by far my favorite re-purposed apron. It is made from a pillow case that I found at the same thrift store as the placemats just on a different visit. Front of pillowcase was the "body" of the apron while the opposite side was cut apart and made into the ties.

They both have been sold...I'm very excited about that.

In and Because of HIM,

Friday, January 8, 2010

RUBY Giveaway


Boy do I have fun news today! Take a look at this -

“For the month of Jan until Feb 5. Every 3rd subscriber will receive a prize AND on top of that, every 7th subscriber will get a refund on their subscription!!!! And On top of all that – on Feb 6, we’ll hold a Grand Prize drawing from everyone who subscribed during this period. They will win a Super Duper Craft Supplies Box!!!! It will have buttons, lace, FQ’s, nice yarn, and goodies galore! If you’ve been wanting to subscribe to Ruby – now is the time!!!”

In order to send your prize, we will need your mailing address. Please be sure to include it!

Tell your friends, spread the news for us!!! We have some very cute prizes ready to go to new homes.

The second news – We have a Ruby Calender for you – FREE! You can download it HERE and later this week we’ll show you some fun things to do with it.

Here is just a little peek at some of the prizes we have. They are sitting here, twiddling their thumbs, waiting to be sent to YOUR house!

Some pretty ribbon bookmarks, some with beads.

Maybe a pair of cro-tat earrings?

…or a brooch?

and just a little peek at the craft supplies basket that is still growing!!

You have until Feb 5 to be eligible to win one of these lovelies...You can subscribe HERE!

I hope you will all join in the fun RUBY has set for us this year. Karen Gass, our editor-in-chief is full of ideas for this year!

Come join the fun~

In and Because of HIM,