It is the last day of 2014. I always remember my parents on December 31st. They eloped on New Years Eve.
This Christmas was too good. SG was joyous. The family came for breakfast and presents. DH, our daughter and I shared an amazing French/Morroccan dinner at a new local restaurant…
Made DH and I afraid.
But the other shoe dropping last weekend was a near miss instead of a tragedy, so we are humbled and grateful.
I started this blog last spring and have racked up over 5,500 views. Writing about creative stuff makes me feel really good. That people read it and seem to enjoy it, is just icing.
Traveling back to the 17th century has opened up a whole new, unexpected world, from Pocahontas to caskets, and makes me excited about the future.
My antique dolls have provided many creative pursuits, with many more to come. I have plans…
Looking forward, I hope to get more done on my many projects. I’ve been slacking over the last month and am anxious to get back to sewing and embroidering. Just gotta buckle down.
As far as this blog goes, I’ve found that forcing myself to find something to write about makes for boring posts. So I hope to experience new and interesting things to write about in 2015.
Thank you for following along on my creative journey.
I wish you all a Happy, Healthy New Year filled with creative inspiration.