Simplici-tea

Today was quite simple. And I savored it.

Delicious large chai tea at Stoney Creek Roasters.

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Read selections of letters and sermons from the Puritan era: Samuel Rutherford, William Tyndale, Thomas Brooks’ Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices.

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Finished a few more paintings; ready now to complete the details for the upcoming festival on Saturday! 🙂

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How was your day?

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “Simplici-tea

  1. Megan

    Sounds like a wonderful day sweet sis!! ❤ the pics of your paintings – I'll be praying that the next week leading up to the Art Fest will run smoothly for you! Love and miss your smiling face, Megs XOXO

    P.S. I would type here how my day has been but we've been texting back and forth today so you already know that my Sunday was relaxing too =)

  2. Praying about this week for you too. Anxious to hear about the festival and happy that you had a relaxing Sunday.

  3. Tamara Fassett

    Hope you have a success and happy week and festival. I am savoring the book..Thanks again. Love your art! It’s happy- making. : ) Much love, Tami

  4. Jane Thomas

    Beautiful pictures! I would love to pop in for the art festival and snatch up a bunch of your paintings! I was joking with my sister this morning that my Monday “To Do” list is extra long because I relaxed so much over the weekend and accomplished so little! But church with Cole and Howard were great yesterday and I am thankful for the rest. I love and miss you my dear and wonderful forever friend!

  5. Sheri

    Love seeing the products of your creativity! Hope the festival goes great.

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