20 Years!

20 years since the day I married my lovely hubby! I can hardly believe all those years have passed, just like that.

Three incredible, crazy, wild and free-spirited kids, and three on the other side who weren’t meant for this lifetime. Amazingly through this heartbroken, love-filled journey that has been our road to family life, we are still best friends and I know I could never have done this journey with anyone else.

So today we celebrate in a way we could never have imagined, still in Lockdown here in the Scottish Highlands, at home, with our wonderful wee boys, with a cake being delivered, made from a local business and do you know what, it’s all absolutely perfect.

Please help yourself to a big chunk of love with 30% off any pattern you like until midnight on Friday. Just use the code: 20YEARS at the Ravelry checkout.

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Here’s to another 20 years, where we will joyfully watch our lovely boys grow into wonderful men.

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6 thoughts on “20 Years!”

  1. Michelle – Virginia – Hi there! I'm Michelle, a frugal homeschool mom who loves to read and make crafts! I also love making dollar store items look high end. I love to relax with a good book or a ball of yarn and a crochet hook. I'm also a blogger at Blessings by Me and owner of an online store where you'll find my handmade items. God bless!

    Happy anniversary!!!

  2. Congratulations on reaching this wonderful milestone Dana. You are obviously a great team to have weathered life’s storms, created a family together and are making wonderful memories. Well done, and wishing you many more happy returns. xo

  3. IdleEmma – A girl who is interested in things, many types of things - like paper, snail mail, drawing, knitting and generally making things.

    Congratulations – a belated happy anniversary!

    1. Jan from The Crafty Therapist – Inverness Scotland – I'm an Eco Crochet Designer and Natural Therapist striving to tread more gently on Mama Earth. I live in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, with my husband and three boys, along with our big fluffy cat. We strive to be as plastic free as possible and reuse whatever we can. I even reuse bread bags by turning them into Plarn (plastic yarn) to crochet bags with! I have a tutorial on my blog on how to make plarn and plan to publish my bag patterns. I mainly use natural products, recycled and eco friendly yarns that don't harm the earth, where-ever possible.Through sharing my experiences, on my blog and social media, of using greener yarns and products and designing crochet patterns using these yarns, I hope to encourage you to consider eco friendly choices too. Not just for crafts but for all our everyday buying decisions too. You can find my crochet patterns on my blog, Ravelry, LoveCrafts and published in Happily Hooked Magazine.

      Thank you so much Emma x

  4. denise421win – A Creative Writer who is an Author and Lyricist, you'll like my e books and my fiverr gigs. This is my site... www.funwritings.com Take a look at the fantastic project for the children and the environment. More books are being published for the children so they will be aware of the many things they can learn about protecting the environment each day. A lot is being done for environmental protection Awareness in the best way right here.

    Congratulations

    1. Jan from The Crafty Therapist – Inverness Scotland – I'm an Eco Crochet Designer and Natural Therapist striving to tread more gently on Mama Earth. I live in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, with my husband and three boys, along with our big fluffy cat. We strive to be as plastic free as possible and reuse whatever we can. I even reuse bread bags by turning them into Plarn (plastic yarn) to crochet bags with! I have a tutorial on my blog on how to make plarn and plan to publish my bag patterns. I mainly use natural products, recycled and eco friendly yarns that don't harm the earth, where-ever possible.Through sharing my experiences, on my blog and social media, of using greener yarns and products and designing crochet patterns using these yarns, I hope to encourage you to consider eco friendly choices too. Not just for crafts but for all our everyday buying decisions too. You can find my crochet patterns on my blog, Ravelry, LoveCrafts and published in Happily Hooked Magazine.

      Thank you so much 🙂

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