After almost 300 posts over the past two years, over 33,000 views and 140 followers, we have decided our site deserved its own domain! 🙂
If you look up in your address bar, you will see that the domain is no longer a WordPress domain, through which this site is based. Anybody continuing to use the old address, or any old links to our past posts, will have no problem accessing the same content. It will automatically redirect as if someone substituted the old domain with the new one for you.
Thank you to all those that have viewed, followed, commented and contributed in other ways in the past. We look forward to continuing to do so with you and others who will find us in the future!
We have an exciting year coming up in the Guild, including online content for those of you not able to join us in Halifax. We will do this our site here, and expanding social media presence that will allow for even more interaction. We will share that news within weeks when we are ready! I hope you’ll join us for the ride!
I thought this was a delightful idea, especially for you ladies with male significant others who have boring ties they no longer wore. This would be even better if they had interesting ties they no longer wore… or maybe never wore in the first place because they were not conservative enough! 🙂
From the McKell’s Closet blog.
Asked to be shared by Janet M, from Nancy Zieman’s blog (see link below). Little Dresses for Africa is something some of our members do. This is a more united and concerted effort.
Little Dresses for Africa is an amazing organization with an equally fascinating story. The brainchild of Rachel O’Neill, Little Dresses for Africa, is a nonprofit 501c3 Christian organization, which provides relief to children of Africa. Simple dresses are made out of pillowcases and distributed through the orphanages, churches, and schools in Africa to plant in the hearts of little girls that they are worthy! Reaching the milestone of providing TWO MILLION dresses to little girls, Rachel and other volunteers are organizing the first annual Sending Hope Conference August 8–9, 2014 in Shipshewana, IN. I’ll be joining the Little Dresses for Africa team for this special conference. –
See more on Nancy Zieman’s blog