You might have noticed. Almost every post on this blog in the last (six?) months has featured some kind of graphic. And there's a reason for this.
I love making graphics.
I mean: I love making graphics. I surround myself with quotes of saints, verses of Scripture, poetry, artwork, and I match colors and fonts to pull things together. And as I do this, I pray.
Not a bad way to spend a bit of time ('she understated,'), and I thank YOU for sticking with me as I learn how to do it. Once, this little blog shared stories and personal reflections (some of which can be found by clicking this line). Now I do most of my writing at my other blog, The Cloistered Heart.org, and I come here to share a few things that have inspired me, and to relax and visit with you.
It's a luxury to have this space. Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing it with me.
The luxury (a.k.a. the peace your blog brings) is all ours.ReplyDelete
Kathleen, what a wonderful thing to say - thank you.Delete
I enjoy and have been blessed by your graphics.ReplyDelete
Thank you for taking the time to make these and for also praying while you work.
Thank you! Prayer quotes and inspiring pictures provide a great environment for prayer, and I'm so glad to be able to share the blessings of it.Delete
I have loved seeing the graphics you make. I'm playing with graphics some too for my posts at Catholic Sistas and for others I edit for the site, but mine are nothing compared to yours. I so enjoy reading this blog and seeing your graphics.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kerri! I am teaching myself as I go along, sometimes sharing things I wind up not liking all that well when I look back at them. But it's fun!Delete