Waking up early has it’s benefits. I’m sitting at my dining room table sipping coffee, looking out my kitchen window and watching a beautiful sunrise creep up over the trees and telephone wires. The winter colors are much more subtle than summer but beautiful and inspiring none the less. Color ranging from a light to mid gray into peach and orange against the black of the trees. Sigh. This is why I love sunrise and sunset. It’s full of color that makes me happy. While I would have preferred to sleep this morning enjoying coffee and the sunrise bring a smile to my face and get me thinking about quilting.
I have magnetic words on my fridge. Have for years. Every once in a while I notice them and rearrange them. As I did so this morning the thought came to mind that I’d like to get a magnetic board for the quilt room and have words on there to rearrange an play with. That’s a some day, down the road kind of want.
The image on the left is the current arrangement of some of the inspiring words. The image on the right is more editorial type words from some company. I find it rather amusing that these words fit one component of my quilting life that I just love: content, branding, style, words, print, copy, proposal, create. I can tell you this I love Melissa and Jake and every editor I’ve worked with over the last few years. So much so that I personally declare Tuesday December 16 National Publisher and Editor Day. If you’re a writer of any sort send your publisher and editor a Thank you note, in a text, an email, hand written, on their facebook wall.
As we get closer to the end of 2014 I would like to take this opportunity to
for reading TerfiCreations.
I am grateful that you stop by and read the words I write. Thank you for coming along on this Journey of quilt making.
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I have learned much in this joint journey and look forward to what the New Year holds!!! Merry Christmas and New Blessings AND hugs always……………..
Thank you! Merry Christmas, Blessed New Year )
Teri, thank you!!!! You have been an inspiration and wealth of knowledge for so many years. I feel so lucky to have found you and your blog. Every morning I enjoy reading your posts and drooling over your work. (Yes, a box of napkins is close by. ) You are a treasure and I appreciate each and every word that your write. Wishing you the best in 2015!
Thanks for stopping by my site…am looking around yours and will be saving some posts to read after the holiday craziness (good craziness).
you’re quite welcome