There is Much More to Come!
Can you believe that we have already shared 34 blog posts since it began in February?! I never thought I would have so many words and thoughts to share! Thank you all for joining me here. You are awesome!
The time has come, however, for me to take a short pause from writing weekly posts. Starting today until the first of January, I will be working on some new ideas for the blog in 2022. I’m excited about the changes and new opportunities to share with you in the coming year.
Just a few of the blog and website changes in the works: both will include more art, actual creative projects with instructions to share, more gifts to give away to you, and sneak peaks at the devotional book I am writing about Christ our Shepherd and sheep!
In the meantime, besides writing and updating the blog offerings, we will be clearing out and overhauling our home of 27 years. A 3-day workshop in the studio is happening next week. We are taking a vacation to a sheep farm so I can commune with live, soft and wooly sheep as I write (as well as take some spinning and weaving lessons!). And, ta da, most importantly, we are having a wedding in the family! Our son James and his precious fiancée Rhiannon will be officially joining their lives in December. It is going to be a full and fantastic month for Morton and me.
I will miss our weekly gatherings these two months but I promise not to forget you. Watch your inboxes for emails from me with offers of gifts and good tidings through the holidays. And then be prepared to rejoin me in the blog posts in January. You can also follow me on Instagram and Facebook if you want to see what I’m up to and what is happening in the studio.
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Thank you again for journeying with me this year as I have written from my heart to yours. I pray the words and the time have been meaningful.
Every time you cross my mind, I break out in exclamations of thanks to God. Each exclamation is a trigger to prayer.
I find myself praying for you with a glad heart.
Philippians 1:3-4 MSG
See you in January!
Love to you,