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Welcome, Summer!


Sorry to be so MIA this month. I've officially finished school and begun my freelance life. So far that consists of adding to my portfolio website, sprucing up my Etsy graphics shop, and also hunting for "real" jobs. I love the idea of freelancing, but also know that it might take awhile to get traction in that area. Hopefully I can do both for awhile!

We're also a bit in limbo about moving, which is why I haven't mentioned it much. You could pray about that, if you like, that all goes well in that department. Long story short, my dad is trying to sell his distributorship so he can start his new area selling down in Northern LA area, but the upper-ups in his company seem to be dragging their feet on approving our buyer. We think we finally have all the i's dotted and the t's crossed though, so hopefully things should fall into place this week so we can make definitely plans. This whole thing has been hanging in the works for about a year now, so we're definitely praying that it will go through quickly and smoothly!

And in honor of the first day of summer... here are some things I've been pinning lately:

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