|Yes, we start them young in our house. 🙂|
So, here we are, back to blogging. 🙂 I have been feeling the pull, the desire to create and share and inspire and be inspired. So here I am. I can’t promise that I’ll be an amazing blogger any time soon. Right now I am in the throes of sewing bunches and oodles of wallets.
I am loving them. They are lovely and selling faster than I can make them. 🙂 It’s a wonderful problem to have, especially heading into the holiday season when the extra cash is helpful for all the expenses that come with this time of year.
Mass production leaves little time for creative projects, but I have the feeling that I will need the break from the wallets every once in a while, so hopefully there will be some fun stuff coming.
We are getting back into the swing of things, but as with everything sometimes you swing one direction and sometimes you swing back the other. Balance is a funny thing. So, here’s to hoping we don’t go too far one direction or the other and we find a nice happy place here. lol
Today, I want to leave you with a question. I’m sure I’ve asked it before, but I am sincerely wondering how you keep Christmas celebrations from being all about the gifts. Even if they only get one gift, my kids want items that cost from $100-$200 dollars. I really don’t think it’s what the holiday is all about, but I also don’t want to disappoint my children. I want our celebration to be meaningful, purposeful as well as fun. What have you done to add some meaning and depth to your own celebrations? I’m really looking forward to hearing what you have to say.
Until next time.