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New Year, new decade. Seems so weird to me that it is 2020. I am a little late in writing this because the flu hit our family on New Years day and it knocked the wind out of us. Dino and I are still recovering.

I am so looking forward to this year. It is comforting knowing that Lydia is happy and where she should be. Last year tore me apart. I could hardly focus on anything, not knowing where she was going to be. What a difference a year makes. Always thankful for God's presence and for His blessings in my life. "Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever"

I have so many ideas and plans. I don't know how to organize it all in my brain. The garden is always in my heart. I am expanding a little more this year. Making a bigger cutting garden, and looking into dying fabrics with the plants that I grow.

I want to post more of my little home projects. The living room, which I continue to work on. My bathroom, which is 99% finished. Always dreaming about the kitchen...we'll see where that leads. I have a small home and a very tight budget. I don't mind that at all. I love my home and love working from home.

Also, look for more stitching projects. I know I don't offer enough, but I really hope to create more. You can still find me on Early Work Mercantile the first of every month at 8:00 am eastern time.

Lastly, please note that my email is for now. My other account is still not working correctly and I am unable to use it.

Thank you all for your kindness and friendships this past year. It has been a blast. Wishing you much love and happiness this new year.
xoxo Jenn

“I am still continuing to build this space of mine. Sometimes I need a little pause for what is going on, but I want this to be a happy place for ideas and inspirations.  To work at my own pace with creating. I hope you will keep on visiting me.  I can honestly say that the greatest joys in my life are not the things I own, but the relationship I have with God, my  family, and friends – near and far.”  ~ Jenn Tavoletti

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