Sunday, December 21, 2014

Winter Solstice

2014 Winter Solstice card by Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
I'm not generally a solstice celebrator, but when Susan Gaylord announced she had extra greeting cards to give away to the first 20 readers to e-mail her, I jumped right on it. Susan has developed a distinctive look to her calligraphy, and she often chooses quotations I am not that familiar with but that resonate all the same. So I asked for a card, not knowing what it would say or look like or even if I'd be quick enough to receive one at all. In turn, this over-sized postcard arrived in my mailbox yesterday with a sentiment that couldn't be more timely for me, one to take into the new year to sustain me. Perhaps it will sustain you as well. Hope you have enjoyed the winter solstice and its promise of days filled with more light.


The Inside Stori said...

What a treasure you received......wishing you a Merry Christmas girlfriend....and the best of New Years!!!

Susan Sawatzky said...

It is sooth that sin is cause of all this pain.
But all shall be well and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well. - Julian of Norwich

This is what got me through troubles with my youngest in 2007....

Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord said...

Thanks for your kind words. Glad it is meaningful to you.

Lucia Sasaki said...

Dear Sheila, thanks so much for sharing this message.
And thanks for being my Internet companion through this year. It means a lot.
Great times!!


The Idaho Beauty said...

You are most welcome Lucia. I've so enjoyed getting to know you and a little about your area, interests and job, and also appreciate the comments that you make here. Thanks for being my internet companion too! May you have a wonderful holiday season.