Dreaming of a Sunny Christmas

Already the holiday season is winding down to a close for me, as evidence by the final night of Channukah passing us by on Friday evening. Clearly I’ve been slacking with my blogger duties – Hardly any posts, many comments going unanswered… It’s not that I don’t appreciate them in the least; I’ve just been running around so much, I’ve barely been given the opportunity to catch my breath. I happen to believe that breathing in general is a very healthy practice, so I’m going to be taking off a little over a week to vacation in sunny old California with my family. I promise to report back with tons of pictures and stories, in addition to all of the projects that have already been finished and simply need writing to accompany them.

So while I’m off seeing the sights, here’s wishing all of you and your loved ones a heart-felt holiday, and a happy new year. It’s certainly been a crazy one, and all I can say is thank you, to absolutely ever last person who is reading this message right now. I don’t care if you’ve never made a single comment or if this is your first time ever setting eyes on my blog – The fact that anyone cared enough to take the time to read my ramblings at all means the world to me. Thank you for helping me rediscover my voice and having the patience to see what would come of it.

Enjoy the winter break, everyone.

11 thoughts on “Dreaming of a Sunny Christmas

  1. I hope you have a nice visit to California. We live in Arizona, so we will definitely be having a sunny Christmas! I started reading your blog a couple of months ago and have really enjoyed your creativity!

  2. Have a lovely trip! Guess you’re here right now! Too bad you aren’t coming alone – you could come over to my house with Desiree!

  3. Hannah,
    I just want to thank you for our wonderful knitted gifts — the citrus potholders, bear sweater (b/c it’s currently being worn by Ruth’s bear), beautiful hat, and especially the chambered nautilus. Eli is truly cherishing the cute little guy, and has been so proud of it that he has brought it to school to show his friends. He is sure he is the only kid around to have a knitted chambered nautilus of his very own! We took him to the Natural History museum and when he saw the real thing, he flipped!

    Thanks for your artisrty, your generosity of time and talent, and for carring so deeply about us all.

    Hope California is/was excellent–

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