Revising Day!

Hello, all! In this busy time of trying to balance school and life and blogging and stories, I’ve missed out on my revising time for a couple weeks now. Today I decided to take a snow day and work on my novel “Kiera”. 😉 I asked God last night if He would help that work … More Revising Day!

Plate Update: Merry-go-rounds, Libraries, and New Projects

January was a month full of beginnings of new things and visits with family and friends. It was quite full. 😉 This past month’s full plate was actually a bowl of ice cream because of all the birthdays. 😉 Here’s a quick update on what I did last month. 😉 Pleasure read: Grace and the Preacher … More Plate Update: Merry-go-rounds, Libraries, and New Projects

Christmas Crafting

It’s a Christmas workshop over here. There is literally glitter and peppermint sprinkles everywhere. (I also have the entire Michael Buble Christmas album memorized. :P) We have our dining table covered with scrapbooking stuff and our breakfast nook table covered in cookie making stuff. My siblings are wowing me their creativity. We have wreath cookies, … More Christmas Crafting

Let It “Snow”

We live in the desert Southwest, so snow is one thing we don’t get around Christmastime. (It does get cooler at night, though, which is pretty nice.) 😉 Instead, we like to cut paper snowflakes. We all have a different style of making them, and no two snowflakes are alike–just like the real ones. 😀 … More Let It “Snow”

A Passel of Parcels

I love the post office. Rows and rows of boxes and mailers line the walls. (Cue my paper and container obsession.) Wrapping and tape, envelopes and labels abound. Grandparents and teenagers, father and mothers all wait in line to send their packages off to distant places. So many stories in one place. Today I wandered into … More A Passel of Parcels

Candlelight

Tonight ends the first week of Advent when we light the candle of hope and celebrate the anticipation of Christ’s birth. Each night this week, we’ve been discussing the Messianic prophecies, reading through our Advent calendar, and singing “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”. This time was a little different–and a lot more special. My oldest … More Candlelight