Holy Week

This past week was a huge week for the church body. Lent came to a close with some of its hardest days as we entered into the suffering of Christ, sorrow and sadness are a reoccurring theme. But how much sweeter is that joy of Sunday morning, and a day of celebration with the church family. And now we enjoy weeks of celebration as we enter into the Easter season. I was deeply inspired this week to design pieces and vessels to coincide with this special week in the life of the church. I'm in the planning and sketching stages. It will take time until these come to fruition, but hopefully I can share the process along the way.

Here are some moments of our week. Note I don't have any studio shots, but I did work in the studio plenty this week, I just forget to capture those moments. I baked a loaf of bread, and was reminded again to bake bread more often. I finished a couple books: Home by Marilynne Robinson (again) and Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren. And plenty of outdoors. A Good Friday evening hike. And a Sunday morning sunrise hike followed by a day of feasting and celebration with family and friends. So many life-giving things this week.