Archive for the ‘rants’ Category

getting quiet, being brave.

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

I have a new love—the Brave Girls’ Club. It’s such an encouraging, uplifting thing… a mix of art and truth and kindness. I fell in love instantly. Well, as I was digging through the archives of the Brave Girls’ blog, I found a post on taking a break from Facebook. And I almost didn’t want […]

look beyond.

Monday, January 16th, 2012

I am trying to work weekly rhythms in to my life and into my crafting. Trying to have a consistent blog schedule is one way I’m trying to help myself do this. Today I wanted to share this page. I love the quote! It was just what I needed… because I really need to internalize […]

really should be…

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

What I’ve been up to this week (and what I really should be doing instead): At the moment: blogging. And surfing the web, too. (Lately, I’m really enjoying reading other people’s blogs!) And then I just randomly decided to spend some time tonight updating my knitting lens on Squidoo. Instead, I really should be working […]

on the move.

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Well… it’s that time again. The crazy Seitlers are packing up their bags and their wandering gypsy feet are off to a new destination again. Yes, we are becoming quite the family joke these days… but oh, well! We’ve had such a hard time finding the right place for our little family. Either we were […]

list of woes.

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

I think I’ll make a list. Just a heads up—this isn’t really a happy little list. But this is what the last two weeks of my life have been like, unfortunately. And I thought it would feel good to just “vent.” My List of Things That Have Gone Wrong Lately (but have all worked out […]

ready to pack up and move.

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

We live in a nice place… so I feel ashamed to say that I can’t wait until we move. I miss the hospitality of the South. Around here, I feel like people look at me like an illegal immigrant for not being born in Lancaster County. I’m ready to move—anytime, Lord! Put me somewhere I […]