I’m already looking for spring. The red bud down the road that I shared a couple of years has already bloomed early in February. I’ve been looking for the early amaryllis but none yet here in the neighborhood.Read More
In almost 3 weeks it will be Valentine’s Day. Back a few years ago I shared a post about free Valentine printables I had found. Today I am updating that post with current printables available to help you make the day special. Whether you’re looking for a card or gift of wall art for your special someone, or need banners, tags, or any number of designs to decorate and celebrate with your children and friends, I am on the hunt to find the most heart warming downloads I can.Read More
Many of you probably know I love to play with graphics. Today’s new printable is perfect for Thanksgiving and celebrates all of fall’s blessings. It’s filled with a few colored leaves, pine needles and pine cones with mushrooms. It’s a reminder to be thankful for all the wonders in the forests.Read More
UPDATE 9/19/22 There was an error on the printable. I do apologize. It has been corrected.
We’re changing seasons this month, and for many people, it’s their favorite season. We all live through nature’s seasons and seasons of our own lives. Today’s inspirational print challenges each of us to “Fall in love with your life“. If you’re not happy with your life, today is the day to start to change it. This decorative quote is sized 12″ x 12”.Read More
We officially welcome fall on September 22, 2022. I am so ready for fall and cooler days. While it is still hot here, I am already welcoming autumn emotionally with open arms. In that mood, I am sharing a new fall print, Fall Is In The Air, complete with boots of flowers and an umbrella of colorful leaves.Read More
This post was originally published in 2017. Today I’ve updated it with new information.
My friend is contemplating a move in the next year, and it made me remember all my moves. I only vaguely remember my first move when my family moved from Mobile, Alabama to Oak Ridge, Tennessee. I do remember being sad about leaving the only home I knew and my friends in the neighborhood. Everything I knew in my short 5 years was changing. Once we drove to north Alabama from Mobile, the view from the car started looking different. When we arrived in east Tennessee, I loved the mountains we drove through. I had never seen mountains before. Moving was exciting!Read More
Since the beginning of Christianity, the cross has been the principal symbol of the Christian religion. It recalls the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the resurrection. This is important to remember, but the cross is a symbol of much more. The cross can be interpreted as a sign of hope, representing the forgiveness of sins and God’s reconciliation with man. It is a powerful symbol of divine love and salvation. The cross with the figure of the crucified Christ serves as a reminder of his sacrifice and his suffering. The cross without the figure, often referred to as “the Empty Cross”, symbolizes the resurrection. He is risen and is not there. It is time for joy in our divine gift.Read More
Sunday, April 17th is Easter. In celebrating the season this year, I’ve made an inspirational printable, Easter Blessings. Although I love bunnies and Easter eggs, I also know that the reason for the season is the resurrection of Jesus. Many of the symbols of the season are a celebration of new life. In the time before Easter which is known as Lent in some churches, I spend time reflecting on the miracle of life and all its blessings. I pray the Lord blesses you and keeps you in the palm of his hand.Read More