This last month has been one of the most interesting in my entire life. I have been struggling with some major issues (I'll maybe share some other time). I've also been battling with a very interesting disease. One that took me by surprise. So I've been traveling searching for some answers and treatment. All this has brought me back to California - this time the San Diego area.
Through it all I must say that I have learned much about myself and for that I will be forever grateful. Living life like the Bible Abraham (not knowing where our next home will be) has also been challenging but at the same time so rewarding. First my daughter got to be with her grandma (my mom) which she really hadn't done before. The other thing is that my husband and I have been able to connect at a more personal, emotional level. We are just living by faith and loving it. We've been living from a suit case for 2 months or so and still have no clue where God will lead us.
All this has obviously left me with little or no time to create pretty things with my hands but that doesn't mean I have not been creating. The most beautiful thing one can create is the beauty of a pure heart. So I have laid down my scissors, paper, stamps and glue and have temporarily stopped creating my concepts and ideas and have allowed God to do some purging and some mending in my own life. I am allowing Him to re-create my heart. After all, He is the Masterful Creator.
Thanks for those of you who've inquired and sorry for not getting back to you or posting anything. I rather leave happy glimpses and encouraging thoughts here on my blog than to leave gloomy, sour news.
So be encouraged that life is good and while we're here we have an opportunity to make it grand :)
Stay tuned for Lawn Fawn sneak peaks. The sets this month are so appropriate for the season and are definitely worth taking a peak :)