Hey everyone! Thank you so much for stopping by!
I believe our entire journey in life is about learning to love and embrace our experiences that make us unique.
I'm Lynnette and this is my sweet hubby Steve. By day, I am a transcriber (aka: a really fast typer) for students at a university. My alter-ego is a crocheting, crafting, gospel-loving, musical homebody who loves learning all types of new skills and knowledge. I love working with my hands and creating something special for others. I love learning new things from people with similar passions and goals.
This blog is a place where I like to share what I learn. I like to think it's a really great place to learn together. I try to talk about a lot of crafting, crocheting, reading, and a touch of food for thought. I sprinkle in some fun thoughts about my life and my faith, as well. So if you like being creative and learning new skills along with someone who is pretty inexperienced, this is the place for you!
I love creating mini albums and cards.
I love crocheting cute little stuffed animals. Each is cuter than the last!
I enjoy singing and playing the piano - especially with my hubs.
I love stepping on crunchy leaves in autumn.
My favorite books I've read so far are: The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and Jane Eyre.
I love talking about God and Jesus Christ and their influence in my daily life.
I'm in a graduate program right now and it's such a crazy/fun ride.
I am very strong supporter of using turn signals when driving.
I enjoy mornings, but I
I take nearly all my blog pictures with my phone. I'm not a photographer. #sorrynotsorry
I think hashtags are dumb, but I still use them sometimes.
I would love to hear from you!
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Email me at lynnetteharkness [at] gmail [dot] com
^^Don't forget the 2 N's in my name. :)
"The Lord and His Church have always encouraged education to increase our ability to serve Him and our Heavenly Father's children. For each of us, whatever our talents, He has service for us to give. And to do it well always involves learning, not once or for a limited time, but continually."
-Henry B. Eyring