Welcome to the huge Moxie Fab Thanks Blog Hop! You should have arrived from Ceal Pritchett.
I am no good at good-byes. And I don't like them. And I don't like changes. If it means something good becomes something different.
an act or process through which something becomes different
To quote Kathleen Kelly from one of my favorite movies (You've Got Mail) :
"People are always telling you that change is a good thing. But all they're really saying is that something you didn't want to happen at all... has happened."
Big sigh here. When I read Cath's last post on the Moxie Fab World, I couldn't help crying. There I was sitting in front of my computer, hoping that neither my husband nor my daughter would come and see my tears, because I knew I wouldn't be able to really explain that I was crying for a person I never met in real life and about her leaving a blog. I was wondering myself. But then I thought about it and realized that it felt like loosing a sweet friend. Every day I found inspiration, motivation, kindness and appreciation. It has been part of my daily routine to check what Cath conjured up for us. And she never disappointed. Even if it was "only" a lovingly chosen photo in one of her "Oh My Moxie Fab!" posts.
I knew I'd miss her. And I know many fellow crafters out there will, too.
Thank you for everything, sweetest Cath!
Here comes the card I made for you. I know you like to read a lot, so I wanted to use a page from a book on my card. And I wanted it to be special, so I used some Gesso to prepare the page, stamped the dogwood image and colored it with Gelatos:
Oh Captain, my Captain!
Your next stop is none other than the fabulous P. Kelly Smith.