FIRST BLOG POST

My FIRST, Friday introduction and first blog post for this website!
I once fell asleep on scaffolding.
That is true and now that I have your attention:
I have 6 boys and one gal.
I have had faith for as long as I remember.
I converted officially to the beautiful Catholic faith when I was 19 and got married at the end of that same year.
I knew Lachie was for me when I saw how well he could build huts and safely and gently remove massive spiders from inside homes.
I drink too much coffee.
My mum and my Father in-law both passed away from Melanoma cancer within two years of each other.
My Mum has been gone for 12 years now and still to this day I think to myself “I must tell Mum that.”
St Catherine of Siena is my confirmation saint. I chose her because she is crazy awesome and if you haven’t read her life by Sigrid Undset then you are missing something very special.
I sew for stress relief but the long gaps between “sewing sessions” stress me out considerably.
I memorised Juliet IV iii 18 from Romeo and Juliet for drama class at school.
To this day I have no clue how I did that. These days I can barely remember my kids names and today I almost told someone I was 27 when I’m actually 38.
Growing up there was a big chunk of my childhood when we had no television. I am so greatful for that because we had no choice but to be creative.
My love for creativity and the faith has lead me to Catholic Artisan 👩🏼‍🎨 and far out I am loving it! #blueflame
Thank you for following me and my efforts!

We managed to squeeze in an #os trip with the kids before all of this Corona virus thing happened! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
#soblessed
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