Hi there everyone! BIG hello to you all (waves enthusiastically).
How are you? I’ve been away from my little Internet home here for quite some time and I have really missed chatting with you and connecting with you.
Over the last few weeks I have been doing a little house keeping around here behind the scenes; you know, opening the blinds, knocking down a few cobwebs, sweeping out the dust and re-arranging things. You won’t see much from where you are sitting just yet but the subtle changes will come to light soon.
I have been tapping away at my keyboard putting a series together to launch on Sunday the 26th of June which will mark my blogging return to my little space that I have missed so much.
The series will explain what’s been happening in my life over the last six months. Putting this together has been far more challenging than I imagined. It’s been a very reflective process and I’ve had to dig deep. I can’t tell you how liberating it feels to be creative again. I hope you’ll swing by on launch day (perhaps with bubbles) and join me for Part 1 of ‘Soft Places and Honest Spaces’. I’d really love to have you here.
Over on my Facebook page I’ve posted a request for topic suggestions you may like me to write about. Is there anything about me you would like to know more about? Like how on earth I manage to stuff up cooking rice every. single. time? Deep and meaningful stuff like that? Crikey I’m kitchen challenged (as well as vertically challenged).
As a gift for your time, everyone who leaves a suggestion on the Facebook request post will go into the draw to win a gorgeous Willows Crafts Candle to the value of $25.00. The lucky duck winner will be announced on the Facebook page at 8pm Friday evening the 10th of June. So don’t be shy – head on over and hit me with your thoughts.
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I’ll leave you with this lovely quote from the Power of Positivity. I think it’s one of the most beautiful personal qualities you could hope to emulate. What do you think?
Stay safe now,
Love Sandra Xx