It's been quite a while. A lot of time has passed and a lot of things have changed, but God's love will always remain the same, strong and more beautiful than can ever be imagined. Just wanted to take a break from a project I was working on (though no one reads this, hehe) to just take a quick breather.
Currently knee deep in projects for the 50th Anniversary of the Church of Christ in the West! Also transitioning to doing the work I love for what I love, the Church. :)
In a parallel universe I run a book shop for children and their families and right next to it a flower shop/garden.
Favorite time of the year is when the city sidewalks are left with sprinkles of blossoms.
Prefer gardens, rivers, forests, mountains over my commute.
I use my iphone 7+ and vsco for photos and my silly ig stories.
Current reads The Girl Before by Rena Olsen (I've been getting into thrillers, who am I?)
Things that make me happy fresh peonies, an open room filled with natural light, almond mozzarella cheese, perfectly warm but breezy spring days, my nephew, seemingly small and insignificant social media notifications on my phone , being able to take the time to pray and say Thank You.
I believe in the small and perfect ways God loves His people.
September 29, 2015
May 13, 2015
December 17, 2014
It's been raining quite a bit here. But it is good. Our hills and mountains are looking green and healthy again. I've never been one for rainy days but I have to admit I'm beginning to like them more and more now. Is it strange to say that there is something magical about it? I've yet to figure it out. :)
November 22, 2014
I headed to the library to do some reading after work the other night. Having my rain boots on, I walked through every puddle I saw. I loved hearing the water sloshing as my boots passed through. I looked for the deepest ones. The ones that would make the loudest noises. It felt good. Wonderful, even. Liberating. I was just happy. I thought I was alone, but as I got closer to the entrance, a man passed by and said, "That looks fun". Shocked and slightly embarrassed, I replied with "Oh..." and then smiled and looked away. He was right. It was fun and I quite liked it. Why am I embarrassed? "Everyone should try it sometime", I said with a grin. Then said, "Thank you." for opening the door. It was the first time (not in my life, but maybe just in a long, long time) that I felt happy just being myself. And that felt really good.