So for the people of Japan, I pray for their safety and speedy return to their normal way of life. As people always say every little bit counts, I'm donating a portion of each sale from these prints in my Etsy shop.
You can also help donate for Japan by purchasing items from the shops of Etsy ARTIST AID team. And despite of some people showing bad opinions of this disaster online because of events in the past, it's just good to know that so many of us still care. Honestly, people. A grudge can bring out something a lot worse than bad indigestion.
Well anyway, a little happy talk now. I don't think I'll ever tire myself from saying how kind blogging has been to me. So many great people to meet and lovely friends to have. One of them, I met over a year ago by chance. A fantastic writer with so many interesting stories to tell, Leah Marie Brown, at her fantastic blog, On Life, Love & Accidental Adventures. Her passion and extensive knowledge of Marie Antoinette and the life that evolved around her in the 18th century were the things that brought me to a halt at her blog. And that she shares her fascinating experiences from her travelings around the world makes it even easier for me to keep coming back. As it happens, she has been very generous to include a little snippet of myself and my work on her blog. It was like having a chat over a hot cup of coffee and delicious pastries, which apparently we both seem to go weak for. Thank you Leah, for the wonderful chat and the chance to reveal a little bit of myself on your blog. :)
I hope you are all having great days and keeping love in your heart.