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February

"Only as high as I reach can I grow,
only as far as I seek can I go,
only as deep as I look can I see,
only as much as I dream can I be"
~Karen Ravn

I missed the whole month of December...

We lost a very close and dear member of our family. He was in the hospital for weeks. We are all still having a hard time with him not being here with us anymore.
He is most certainly with the Lord and while we miss him dearly, that is a comfort.
Trying to move on is hard. It feels wrong and sad.

but we are trying...

I am working on a few winter pieces for the shop this first week of January. Look for them to be added on Sunday the 7th.

Last month I released the first textile cottage in the Christmas Village. I think I want to call this village "Rabbit Hill Hollow". I have started working on the second piece and plan on releasing it later this month. Only a limited number will be available. My hope is to release one piece a month so that by the time Christmas rolls around again, we will have a whole village. Won't that be fun?

Happy New Year friends! May it be a joyful 2024 filled with love, hope, and happiness.
xo
Jenn

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