I love my new studio. I plan to do a whole introductory post of the LoveNotes Studio of Fine Arts sometime soon. It’s a little log building under persimmon trees (yum!). We began building it in 2012, but didn’t finish until this year. I’m so super excited to be using it for all my school, music study, artwork, and blogging. It is the place where my mind runs free. It is my own spot and I love it.
All my favorite decorations reside there including a frame which contains the words below. It hangs above my desk and is an inspiring reminder for me every time I go in there.
Continue reading “Something to Live By”
Today marks the one year anniversary of LoveNotes! I’m so excited with how far we’ve come, and how far we’ll go in this next year. I have learned so much through blogging. Being a steady blogger is certainly not for the faint of heart and I must admit that sticking to a schedule is something I try to accomplish but regularly fail doing.
If you were given the chance, what is the one thing you would improve, change, or love about this blog? I’m giving you the chance to say it! I would absolutely love to hear your opinions in the comment section below! While this blog is my outlet, it is ultimately for you guys and the glory of God.
You all are awesome for joining me throughout this first year of trial and error. I have many goals and dreams for this blog and only time will tell what happens. 😉
My quote for this year hits me right between the eyes every I time I read it. I tend to be a little too timid and afraid of what others will think.
“If you are doing it for the glory of God, then why are you hiding it in your drawer?”
Hey folks! Here are five quotes that are sure to inspire you to live from your heart (from God’s heart really!). Continue reading “5 Quotes that Will Inspire You”
I love this quote… so true, and I hope it for each one of you!
May you have the gladness of Christmas which is hope;
The spirit of Christmas which is peace;
The heart of Christmas which is love.
~Ada V. Hendricks
And I almost laughed at this quote when I found it.
Oh, for the good old days when people would stop Christmas shopping when they ran out of money. ~Author Unknown
Hmm, a little too painfully true, though! I think we should reference back to the quote above; none of those things should be solely because of money, but because of Jesus coming to earth on that Christmas so long ago and living in our hearts today!
I love quotes. Like, really like them. I don’t really know why. 🙂 So with my quote obsession, I am constantly trying to find a new good one to fit the occasion. I thought the two following ones were perfectly awesome and sweet to share with y’all. Read them as if I had written them (which I didn’t). I mean every word!