Dance, Art, Weddings, and Austria
Anyway, yeah, I’ve been busy. Then two weeks before that, my sister got married, and I made this cake:
(And here I am, cutting it… Which believe it or not, took a lot less time than making it…)
And now, I am preparing for a week of hosting about 20 cousins at my house, and then I go to Austria for 2 weeks. So… Yeah, blogging is hard to make happen in the midst of that.
However, to make up for the sketchiness of how often (or the lack thereof) I will be able to update this blog over the next little while, I will leave you with some amazingness to check out.
While I was at camp, I had the privilege of hearing artist Josh Tiessen share a bit about his life and work, talk with him a bit, and see some of his amazing paintings. Josh is an 18-year-old prodigy from Stoney Creek, Ontario. Definitely check out This Website to see some of his amazing artwork!
Also at camp, I had the great opportunity to meet, listen to, and talk with Liberty Barret, whose passion for God and heart for people is just wonderful. 🙂 Liberty has a ministry based in Boise, Idaho for kids who are transitioning out of foster care. You can read more about Liberty’s work on her website, JEM Friends.
Definitely make a point of checking out these sites, and stay tuned for some beautiful pictures of Austria! I haven’t taken them yet, but I know Austria is beautiful; so yeah, that’s gonna happen. 🙂
Though extremely busy, these few weeks past have been incredible. I’ve met so many great people, and through it all, I’ve been reminded (again and again) that I am loved by my Creator. What a beautiful thing.
Soli Deo Gloria!
P.S. If you are interested in participating in SDG’s Dance and Arts Camp next year, either as a student or a workshop teacher, you can contact either Rachel or Carolyn through their website, www.solideoballet.com.