Many years ago I fell in love with the images painted by Thomas Kinkade. I have always loved the way the lights shine hope through the windows of his paintings and discovered God. I keep hope alive through the lights I shine through my own windows of my Tiny House, and hope that others will see the comfort this brings on a dark and lonely night.
Holidays are upon us and from 12/1/20 – 12/5/20 my memoir Tiny House Tale is available free on Amazon… It’s for anyone who is interested in venturing into the Tiny House world, documenting the journey from start to finish in our search to live Tiny. The Tiny House was built by the Amish on a patch of dirt we found in the Adirondacks, and my story takes you from start to finish. Please check out my book trailer https://youtu.be/jgTdXjt0foM and for those who write a review of my Free E-book on Amazon, you can click on my book giveaway link for a chance to win a free paperback of your choice!https://tinyindiewhimsy.com Happy Holidays and God bless!
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This is an open post for comments…please feel free to add your story about the holiday blues…not an easy time of year for many, including me…here is our holiday blues story….
A log cabin. A warm fire. Rural living, Sounds like a dream Christmas. But during the pandemic everything is different. And my 8 year old daughter and I are alone. Yes… we chose to live in a Tiny House. And yes, we thought our lives would change. They did. But it was not exactly what we thought. We put up lights. We put up our Christmas tree. We hung our holiday wreaths and sent gifts to my older children who live three states away. But my little girl and I will be sitting alone by our Christmas tree this year. We know everyone else must be feeling this way too. We know this time of year is about good will and random acts of kindness, but restrictions have left many of us alone. Please pray for others who are feeling alone this Christmas and for those single parents out there like me who are struggling to keep it together…”God bless us…each and every one”…