Good morning! I'm feeling like a series of random thoughts today...
:: Have you been following Tsh's series at Simple Mom about Working From Home? I've been devouring every word! Today, she shares her daily/weekly routine - and within the post you can take a peek at what it's like behind the scenes as a writer at Simple Living Media. The first time I stepped into the beautifully organized all access pass as a Simple Homeschool writer, I swooned over the editorial calendars, style guides, html codes, etc... and I immediately understood why Tsh is so successful. Aside from her timely, inspired ideas, she works hard! It looks like she may have a Blogging 101 Webinar in the works, if interested (does not mean you are committing) you can fill out this form. Imagine, a class with Tsh about blogging and working as a writer... looking forward to this for sure.
:: My Art Shop has re-opened with a small selection of prints. A few people have inquired about the Good Teaching print as end of the year teacher gifts. I've also listed a new print, Grace in the Turnaround. I shared the intention behind the drawing in this post from the winter, goodness that was a special moment for me. So glad to finally be offering this to you. Shipping envelopes are on order and prints will begin shipping from my home at the end of next week.
:: I changed the blog around a little. New banner, new and larger font. Tell me, is the font too huge? I don't want it to feel as though I'm shouting at you. My nearing middle age eyesight has been having trouble lately reading smaller print on blogs and websites (even with glasses). Next stop for me, the large print section of the library!
:: Made Heidi's Little Quinoa Patties for the second time. I think they are going to be in the weekly rotation over here. So good.
:: Just found out there will be a Race to Nowhere screening in my town! Looking forward to that on May 31st.
:: Loving the David Rawlings and Gillian Welch Tiny Desk Concert on NPR. Ruby (the second song) is so pretty. Makes me weep with it's beauty.
:: You are the best. I just wanted you to know that. Your presence and support here adds so much to my day, thank you.
:: This weekend includes two soccer games, one first communion, time outdoors with my family, and the pleasure of teaching a nutrition module to a group of yoga teachers in training. It was requested that I teach the class "from a yogic perspective." Ahh, yes...
And what is on tap for you this weekend?