Blurry Times…

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Some of you may know that this past month has been a doozy for me and my family. Sometimes it just feels like things keep getting worse and worse. Like just when you thought the worst has happened… the next day my phone rings with something almost unbearable to hear. It’s been a hard thing to digest a family struggling so much and me, in another town, starting my own family. Wanting to do the best thing for both situations: being a good daughter/big sister and being a good wife. Not to mention, I’m in the middle of wedding season trying to run a small business all by myself. So, with that said – I’ve made some big decisions in the past few days. I’ve been trying to seek some clarity in my very blurry world. I’ve decided to spend more time with my family in my hometown. Like for days maybe weeks at a time to really help out and be there for those that are hurting. And I’ve decided to take  a step back from the blog for awhile. Just until I figure this crazy new going back and forth schedule.

I normally don’t post super personal things on here: mostly happy DIY’s, wedding inspiration, snippets into my latest events I’ve designed = happy stuff. But life isn’t always bouquets and vintage furniture, right? This is the real everyday me. And this is my latest decision. I hope you all understand. And I hope that when I get things back up and running, you will come back to read and comment like so many of you do now. It would mean the world. I do love this little blog and the amazing community surrounding it -and I just can’t give up on that just yet.

Comments

  1. Cristal Porter says

    So sorry to hear things are tough Emily. May God give you strength through this difficult time.

    Fear not, for I am with you;
    be not dismayed, for I am your God;
    I will strengthen you, I will help you,
    I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

  2. Love you, Em.

  3. Jsn Waite says

    You will never regret this decision. You are still young and have a whole life ahead. Family is so important.

  4. Emilee I am sorry to hear about these challenges for your family. Please take care of you and your family first, it’s so important. Let me know if you need anything, I’m here for you!! xo

  5. love you sweet friend! praying for you and your family and all the hard decisions that have been made already, and for the ones that are still to come. stay strong! xoxo

  6. sending you love and prayers, em! so very to hear that things are so difficult and taxing right now. what a great example you are to put family first over business. that’s what will count in the end so keep putting the important things first.

  7. I can empathize…hope all is well. going home again soon myself to take care of a relative. Be sure to take care of yourself too. Let me know if you need anything!

  8. Donna Bruza says

    I support you 100%. God’s Speed Emilee xoxoxo

  9. Praying!!!

    “O Lord, you are my lamp. The Lord lights up my darkness. In your strength I can crush an army; with my God I can scale any wall. “God’s way is perfect. All the Lord ’s promises prove true. He is a shield for all who look to him for protection. For who is God except the Lord ? Who but our God is a solid rock? God is my strong fortress, and he makes my way perfect. He makes me as surefooted as a deer, enabling me to stand on mountain heights.” (2 Samuel 22:29-34 NLT)

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