Monday, May 02, 2011


How does one begin blogging after being tucked in the southern hills for four months learning and studying? Yes, I drove back home over the weekend where I'll be spending my summer before going back in August. Perhaps you all have wondered the same question that every other person asked me at church, "How do you like college?" In three short words: I LOVE it!!! If you want more details I'd be most happy to share more, or direct you to my public violin blog if you haven't already been there.

When I had a few rare moments to think about something other than homework or violin technique, my mind would reflect on how much I missed the domestic affairs of life such as being about the kitchen, sewing, or start seedlings for the garden. You can be certain to see some sewing projects or other such happenings in domesticity here on the blog over the next three months.

The first order of business in the sewing department is to somehow clean off my sewing area that became a "free for all" while I was gone. Though a good majority of it IS my stuff, but don't ask me why my family moved the stuff they did and WHY they put it there. :)

It may take a few days to get back into the swing of normal blogging, as I feel as though I need to take some time to emerge from school life back to home life, get caught up on much-needed rest and sleep, spend more time with God (so challenged by my pastors message yesterday on Philippians 3:10, "That I may know Him...") and of course, spend lots of time with my family and friends.

It is lovely to be back. :)


Marci said...

What a great delight to see you yesterday! Welcome Home!

The Scarlet Thread said...

So glad to hear you are enjoying college. I always enjoy reading your blog and seeing the lovely photos of your sewing projects. : )


Happymom4 aka Hope Anne said...

Somehow I lost the link to your public violin blog, and I know my Dd, Charity, who is also a violinst, would love to see the site. I hope you will share! Welcome home from College, and some stories about that would be lovely too! Can't wait to see more wonderful creations from your sewing machine as well.