"Just a Girl in the World" here).
Further, they both stepped in and counseled me to get to the heart of what was stalling me in my blog, Addicted2ContainersAndSpaces. I realized I had so much more to say, and did not know how to fit that into the constraining "space" of containers and spaces, even though there was much to say there as well.
We finally determined that a new "space" was necessary to "contain" these additional thoughts (much as I have dreamed of finding a new closet or room in my home), and then brainstormed together what this space should be. My new inspiration, Emmy Dickins (who is settling in to managing her home and her humans very nicely) channeled her thoughts and made her desires clearly known. Each of us realized that Emmy ultimately had a lot to say, and much advice to give.
Emmy created two pages last night and has been mulling topics and organization. The two of us must leave you for now while we go back to our project of this morning -- creating never-ending Christmas cards. Emmy plans to document this process for her readers, and we will tell you more about this on her crafting page.
God bless you, my friend!
Note from Emmy: Although I spend my time snoozing under the bed when my human has any company, I am also delighted at Gayle's miraculous recovery.
Emmy appreciates Cathe Holden at Just Something I Made
for sharing this purrfectly delightful button with her readers.
Emmy knows with great certainty that because
she is an artist, Cathe Holden is a svelte Abyssinian,
the noble cats depicted in ancient Egyptian statues.