Neighbour print from Beauchamping on Etsy

Isn't this print amazing! I had my eye on it for so long and finally ordered it with birthday money for myself last year. It only arrived in March right before lockdown because South Africa but it got to me and thats what matters. I have a big beautiful frame I was saving for it but its just slightly too small for the picture so once this lockdown is over and I am able to go frame shopping it will get hung up. I love pretty much everything from this Etsy shop and really wanted to share it so you could go love everything too. My other favourites are the Homestead, Good Night, Who's In, and Be in the Now prints. 

You are to love the Lord Yahweh, your God, with every passion of your heart, with all the energy of your being, with every thought that is within you, and with all your strength. This is the great and supreme commandment. And the second is this:
 ‘You must love your neighbor in the same way you love yourself.’ You will never find a greater commandment than these.”
Matthew 12:30-31 (TPT)

I am hoping to have many conversations with my boys about loving your neighbour through looking at this print and that at a young age they will grasp the truth that everyone is their neighbour. (I know neighbour is spelled neighbor on the map and I'm Canadian so I spell it with a "u" but I liked it so much I decided I wasn't bothered by it (: )

Here is the link to Beauchamping's Etsy store if you want to order one too.

It's been a while...

It's been over two years since I have posted anything on this blog and to be honest I'm not even sure I know how to use blogger anymore. Everything feels a bit cumbersome. Sometimes I find social media like that anyway. I will be the first to say I love instagram but I am also constantly deleting my app because I am allowing it to take up too much of my precious time. Anyone else do that? Then a few days later I re-download it, take a deep breath, realize again I didn't miss a thing, take a good scroll, comment on lots of beautiful people's pictures, maybe post a photo of my own, and then delete all over again. We have a funny relationship.

Going into this new year God spoke to me about posting here again so even though I'm not sure what to say I have to start somewhere. I am hoping it will be pictures of new art designs and little insights to our gloriously ordinary everyday lives a lot more frequently than every two years. We had a third baby in September (hopefully I'll share his birth story soon) and yikes three kids is a lot! I feel like I haven't gotten to a single thing besides nursing, catching up on sleep, snuggling my big boys, and attempting to not have our house fall apart completely. Which I am totally ok with but there comes a time to add a little more in so here we go!
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