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"Our business in life is not to succeed, but to continue to fail in good spirits"
~Robert Louis Stevenson

Hello... It sure has been a while. I have missed you all, and have missed writing this monthly newsletter. It was a break well needed and am excited to be back.

Where does your inspiration come from? The world has so much material out there now at our fingertips. I truly believe there isn't a moment most of you reading this are not coming up with many wonderful ideas all the time. For me, the people I meet, or encounter through social media, very freely share their passion and knowledge of their skills. Their enthusiasm and dedication fuels my passion about creating, decorating, and gardening...and life! The holidays also ignite something inside, and like my friend and I always say, "we want to do ALL the things". That being said, I look forward to blogging again... I even have a list! Look for gingersnaps, pretty ornament diys, snowflakes and lots of Christmas decorating ideas. In the shoppe, there will be old-fashioned Santas, happy snowmen and snowladies, angels and ornaments. I have secretly been working on a collection of textile Christmas houses for the start of a Christmas village. The first cottage is already completed and will be listed next week (Only a limited number will be available). My hope is to release at least three different houses this season and have a few to add every Christmas.

Thanksgiving is next week. A time to renew good intentions, especially those we hold for our families and friends who mean so much and a perfect time to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for your friendship, prayers and kindness.
Happy Thanksgiving dear friends!

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