A New Direction

I’m including my first, two part, podcast here today.  As I ease back into this space, I think I’m going to be working with both traditional blogging and, the very new to me, video log.  I explain my reasons for this in the video.  It’s really all just an experiment and I’m not at all sure where it’s going to go!

In the part that was accidentally cut I talked about subjects I’ll be covering in the future…things like knitting, sewing, intentional wardrobe planning, homeschooling, home and garden tours, homemaking, and really anything that strikes my fancy! I hope you will take the time to join me.


7 thoughts on “A New Direction

  1. Emily

    I am a new reader of your blog, though I have been following you on Instagram! I enjoyed your vlog very much! Though I appreciate the fancy video editing that some people do, it was nice to be able to do the laundry and dishes while you talked to me! I look forward to your next posts!

  2. Megan

    So glad that you are back!! I very much enjoyed your vlog and hearing your voice. No need for fancy – real is much better! I appreciated your touching on gratitude. I need to try that more in my own life right now. The flowers are lovely and you look fantastic!

  3. Caz

    Lovely to hear from you Melody. As the others said, no need for fancy. Strangely, we have a close friend with EDS and POTS. I think what I have learnt from her is focusing on what you can do and not dwelling on what you can’t, which is exactly what you were saying about gratitude.
    I look forward to hearing more from you when you’ve the time and energy. I’d love you to share some of the things you’ve knitted. I am in awe of your colourwork, which I don’t suppose you are up to doing at the moment, but I would love to see finished things. I used to teach sewing and art in a secondary school in the south of the U.K. Now I am retired (early!) and enjoy quilting, patchwork, embroidery, knitting and crochet and watercolour painting so there are lots of ways our interests cross.

  4. Jasmine

    It’s so nice to hear from you again! I can’t believe anyone would troll you – I’m so sorry to hear that. I second what the other commenters said about real being better than fancy. It was nice to listen to you talk to me while I cleaned. It was like catching up with a friend you’re really comfortable with.

  5. Melanie~MamaAshGrove

    Oh, there’s just so much I would love to say and can’t comment on it all. . . imagine how fun video chatting would be?
    Little Home Blessings is when I found you- when Galen was the baby, and you lived in that tiny house, and you inspired me to learn to knit! You actually inspired me in so many ways, and still do. . . I’m very grateful to you.
    The past two years have been extremely difficult for me (emotional trauma) and I feel like I too am trying to find my voice again.
    I really look forward to this space again. BIG HUGS. Mel

  6. Victoria

    I am so happy to see you here! I haven`t seen the videos yet, but will do this evening, I just wanted to say I would love to keep in touch through the blogging world! Have a great week.xxx

  7. Esther

    So happy you are back! I have been following you for years,so i was really sad that you were not blogging anymore.
    I hope you feel better soon and can read again!
    You have a lovely voice, so keep that video,s coming

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