I worked on some children’s greeting cards today to send to Card Care Connection. They are an organization that gives cards to adults and children who are facing cancer and they take donations of homemade cards to give out to cancer patients. This will be my second package to them. You can read more information and how to donate at their website.
I first read about sending cards to hospitals and patients from the blog, Jess Crafts, where I learned to make cards using a 6×6 paper pad. I enjoy watching her videos and reading her posts because she is very easy to understand and very encouraging. These cards were made using the Dino Friends kit from Echo Park.
A few weeks ago Tim Challies posted this on Twitter:
What would you blog about if you really didn’t care how many people read it? Now, go blog about that.
— challies (@challies) January 15, 2019
It got me thinking about this poor blog sitting here all alone and I thought I would try again to get into this habit. I guess because I am no longer homeschooling or have kids at home I don’t have anything to say! But that’s not true!
I do still have a life and I do miss writing. I think getting back to doing this will help my focus issues. So for anyone is still out there, I hope to be more active here. Some of the things I will be posting will be: crafts, Bible study, hymns, quotes, grandparenting, nature study, and more.
Please join me!
I found this today and wanted to share it with you. Prayer is so important and to be known for having a praying life is a beautiful thing.
Aribelle is now almost 8 months old and she is doing well. She is a joy and every day that we get to see her is a happy day. Being a grammie and grandpa has been the best. I’m thankful to the Lord for her life and pray that she grows up to love and serve Him.
The newest entry in my art/Bible journal. Zephaniah 3:7 is one of my favorite verses. I love the image of the Lord quieting me with His love and rejoicing over me with singing.