From Laurel, With Joy
As we transition into autumn, questions tend to arise. “Should I wear sandals or boots today?” definitely. But also, we begin discussing the impending holiday season and what that will look like for us this year. The holidays are a crazy busy time for us and as much as we love to have fun here at...- My girls and I have been listening to The Wingfeather Saga on Audible and, y'all, I can't. It's just so good. It's just too terribly good. Andrew Peterson is brilliant and it's going to be a television series and I cannnnnnnot wait. (side note: Just make it through Book One that is a tiny bit ...We have a solid group of readers on the Laurel Denise team and books are of frequent discussion in the studio. We share beach read recommendations, gush over stunning covers, & lend out our books to each other in a heartbeat. Here's a peek into what the LD Bookworms have been flipping through...The Laurel Denise team grew double its size within just a few months. What started with just one employee, led to three, then four, and now…we are at a grand total of ten (but, like, probably not for long. Let’s be real.). Growing a team takes more than just ordering some more supplies and coming...I’m at my dining room table working. I’m listening to the sounds of sisters playing and learning how to disagree and continue on in love. It’s winter. And my heart sort of wants to type the word "again" after every one of those sentences. Because, truly, so much of that has..."My first Laurel Denise bracelet was a gift from my Mom. She bought me 'life is tough, so are you' for Christmas last year when I was going through a really hard season. Since then, I have bought several for gifts for my friends and family!! They make the perfect gift for any occasion...How did Laurel Denise begin? It's a story that I love to tell -- mostly because I just can't believe it (kind of like when my family and I survived a trip down the side of a Yosemite cliff when I was 13), but, cross my heart pinky promise, this is how it went down......When I came across the bracelets, I thought having a tangible item they can see and feel to help remind them of the courage and strength they offer each other was just perfect...