Monday, August 16, 2010

Going Out of Business

Well, I never imagined this would happen, but God is putting the details together for me to go to college this coming January down south. For nearly half of my life time I have known that the Lord would have me pursue music, specifically in violin. Not for my own reputation, fame, or career, my chief desire in pursuing music is to use it in ministry.

Because January will come sooner than I think it will, at the end of this month this blog will no longer be updated and will become an archive. Many, many thanks for all of you who regularly visit the blog and those who have been gracious to leave comments here and there. It has been wonderful!

I do have a music blog, which I mentioned a few weeks (months?) ago and that will be updated, though perhaps not consistently. If you'd like to read it, drop me an e-mail and I'll send you the link!


Laura said...

You must be quite excited, Cheri! God's blessings to you during this new venture in your life!! :-)

Although, I am quite sad to see your blog go. I will drop you an e-mail for the address to your music blog so I can keep up with your "doings."

Shannon said...

I'm glad you have the opportunity to study something you love, to follow where you know God is leading. I'll miss your sewing updates. Cheerful apron designs and other fun sewing ideas always brighten my day. Thank you for what you have shared the couple of years I've been visiting your blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi Cheri
I've been a reader of your blog for a few years. I've enjoyed it so much. I am sad to see you go but I am sure you are looking forward to college life!
I clicked on your e-mail link but I couldn't get through. Is there another way to get your e-mail? I would love to hear about your new ventures.
Wishing you lots of luck!

Samantha R. said...

I'm so happy for you; that a dream is coming true!! I'm sad to see your blog go but would love to read your musical one if you'd like me too :)
joyfullyhisforever at gmail

DelightinginHim said...

Praise the Lord for His goodness; I am so excited for you that this dream is becoming reality!
We will miss your blog (and shop!)

Anonymous said...

Hi Cheri.
I thought it would be easier to give you my e-mail--

Looking forward to reading your music blog.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to see you go....your blog has been a wonderful joy to read and all the projects have been inspiring.

Thank you for all the hardwork.

Will you still have your etsy shops?

If not, I may look into buying some items from you before you go.

Thank you.

Cheri said...

Aww, you all are so sweet. I am honored to think that you've found this blog interesting and inspiring! Thanks to you all!

In regards to the last comment, I will not be updating my etsy shops because of the lack of time and priority to sew. I may be doing a little bit into September, but don't count on it. =)

Jana said...

Well, I'm glad I bought my shirt and apron before you moved on to bigger and better things!

Would love to follow your future blog!
jana dot swanson at hotmail dot com

Sarah Jane said...

I was suprised to see your post this morning; somehow, I must have missed this post! I haven't been checking my favorite blogs much the past few weeks, so shame on me. :( I'll really REALLY miss your blog as it is the first one I visit on my blog list but I understand completely that you will be busy with pursuing the path the Lord has shown you. Many blessings to you as you go to college this January! I'm very excited for you! I'd love to have a link to your music blog. My email is david_sarahmeister@mtco . com

God bless you Cheri!

YayaOrchid said...

Cheri, I for one have always enjoyed your blog. I've been away from visiting ALL my bloggie friends, but that's only because I was busy preparing for some major surgery. It's only this week that I felt somewhat better. I do hope you reconsider, and continue to add posts to your blog, and keep us updated to your comings and goings. I think you are the most talented seamstress I have had the pleasure of purchasing aprons from. I wish you well in all your endeavors, and praying all goes as the Lord wills in your academic studies. God Bless!