I have two more rosaries for you today.
First, another Joan of Arc, with hematite beads.
Second, St. Thérèse of Lisieux… Rose crystal glass beads, and silver rosebud divider beads.
I took care of a few more etsy shop business related matters this morning… Ah, goodness. I do not find such things easy; paperwork and forms and all that, I mean. But I think I have done a good job of it, and my efforts have a noble, worthy goal. I so love making rosaries for you!
I am not certain that I shall be able to list them all in one go once I open my etsy shop on friday, but I have no doubt you will be patient with me. This project has given me such joy; even more than writing, in truth. After I have published A Princely Calling, I shall slow down a lot, publishing wise.
Making rosaries, and taking care of my precious ones over on Livejournal: those will be my main endeavors. A book, now and then.
I finally listened to Jane’s very kind review of Bring forth the best robes on Ancient Faith Radio, and I was so touched that she found my scribblings compassionate… That is the reason why I write: to give comfort and hope. I can say, however, that this was about as much publicity as I shall be able to handle for a while. I have been feeling exhausted and a little skittish. Thank heaven, my field of activity is so specialized (not to say odd) that it will always remain small…
Without a measure of peace, I cannot function. I shall always have a retiring nature.
Less than two weeks left until Holy Week.
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor