Before Hallmark gave us a month of Christmas rom-coms and before the US Postal Service and churches began collecting items for missions and troops posted around the world, there was a summer camp with a big dream – what if we had Christmas in July? According to an article in Country Living Magazine Keystone Camp,… Continue reading Christmas in July
Most of you, my dearest readers, will know the rhyme: Something old,Something new,Something borrowed,Something blue. As we bid farewell to 2022 and greet a new year with open hearts, I thought this rhyme also could have greater meaning in our creative lives. I plan to use a line each week to keep me focused and… Continue reading Something Old, Something New …
Being a librarian has its perks. One of those perks is that I get to see nearly finalized copies of books before they are published called a “galley” that librarians, booksellers, journalists and other influencers use to review and share with potential readers. Sometimes those books are sent to me as a tangible copy but,… Continue reading Perks of Being a Stitchin’ Librarian
How many UFO sightings have you had in your craft space? Not little green aliens, but those UnFinished Objects you have tucked in drawers, stuffed in project bags and hidden under the guest bed. I refuse to be embarrassed by my numbers because, as I tell my students, grace over guilt. Life happens, am I… Continue reading UFOs in your craft room?