Yesterday was our March Write to Delight meeting so I took some photos of our envelope making supplies spread out over the table. We're very thankful for the use of the library conference room. We can chatter away without disturbing anyone.
- Here's a good article about Christian Fantasy by Lars Walker. Personally, I think that a lot of what he says can be applied to secular authors these days as well, especially this great quote:
Trying to write “like Tolkien” without some degree of his scholarship is a project doomed to fail.
- I ♥ love♥ this idea that The Lost Art of Letter Writing ...Revived posted about - a tea party in a box that she's put together to mail off to a missionary (and eventually to several missionaries). What a fun package for someone serving the Lord far from home. Once we've found a new home church, I plan to borrow this idea. In fact, it's something that I'm sure a lot of people would enjoy finding in their mailbox, even if they aren't far from home, and the theme could be changed to fit each recipient.
Moving on to this week's Write to Delight meeting: this photo is of the photo book of wolves that I picked up at our local Goodwill store for just $2.00 last year. It's been waiting patiently to be turned into envelopes.
Just for fun - I mailed these letters last month for the Month of Letters but forgot to post the picture. That's almost but not quite as bad as forgetting to take pictures of my outgoing.