Well, I am keeping one resolution for the New Year: creating a blog. My sister, Elena, was my initial inspiration for what a beautiful blog could look like. Then I found the magazine, Artful Blogging, and I saw that there are literally thousands of gorgeous, uplifting blogs out there! I want to be a part of that world.
Daydreams have played an important role in my life (hence my email address). I need the quiet time of daydreams to sort out where I’ve been, and where I’m headed. Daydreams are the starting point of most of my creative endeavors: remodeling, gardening, sewing, art quilting, beading, doll-making, drawing, painting, writing, etc. But more importantly, daydreams (a.k.a. meditations) are an important part of my spiritual journey. They help me understand and incorporate truths from the Bible into my life. I am hoping that this blog will become an extension of the daydream process, both visually and verbally.
So, in my daydream for today, I would like for this to be a two-way path: sharing from my heart and learning from yours.
The theme of my life is God's enduring mercy that does not let us go. I have been married to Steven for 36 years. It's been a long, winding path with many hills and valleys, but God's gracious love has brought us through. We are still loving God and each other! We have a grown daughter and son, who are each married to wonderful spouses. And we have one grandson thus far. After many years away, we have returned to the Rogue Valley in Oregon. We are thoroughly enjoying our retirement home.
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Below are some of my favorite worship songs. You may listen to them if you click the big arrow button (>). They will randomly shuffle through, but if you would like to listen to a particular song, you may just click on that title in the list. To pause the player just click on the pause button (ll). Enjoy!