This post will share an inspiring little collection of essays, those that have been the best loved on the blog, and how to get your hands on the ebook.
It is currently February, and we have had a wet, long winter by all accounts. It is kind of dreary out, I’m sick of sweeping up the dust from the wood stove, and I’m really missing fresh tomatoes and strawberries.
I’ve written many encouraging essays for this blog and for other sites that had absolutely nothing to do with canning, sewing, or the like. When I started this blog it was when I had a one-year-old and a three-year-old, and I needed a creative outlet that I could do silently when they were napping. The sewing machine was too loud, cleaning also was too loud, and I found that a wave of words flowed forth every day at nap time. It felt so good to write whatever was on my heart and since you can’t encourage a toddler to be potty trained or inspire them to eat their veggies, I had to inspire you Wildflowers, I guess.
I compiled into an ebook all the essays that have been best-loved, pinned and re-pinned, and shared all over.
Get the ebook here!
If ebooks aren’t your thing (they weren’t mine until my youngest started noticing that my lamp was on to read a paperback- now I have to read on my phone, much to my dismay) I would be so honored if you’d share this post with your friends on Facebook (hallelujah for a break from political shares!) Pinterest (my fave!) or otherwise.
Thank you, readers, for helping me make this blog my favorite way to spend nap time.
The cover image for this ebook is of me of course, and I’m wearing the back interest tank I made for this sewing post. It’s one of my favorites 🙂 Thanks to Della of Circle Bar Photography for always making my projects look way more polished than they really are. She’s the best.
Here’s to springtime is right around the corner, Wildflowers!