Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Autumn Issue Is Printed


The Autumn Issue of Plain and Joyful Issue is copied and we are folding, punching holes and stringing each with a wool yarn tie and mailing will begin tomorrow.

This issue includes two letters from readers sharing their journeys, a first time in print children's story about a chicken, an article about making your own home cleaners, a butternut squash recipe, and another project in the hope chest series.

Information about subscribing or requesting a sample issue can be found here.  All new subscribers receive a handmade little something with their first issue.

Many thanks for all of the support and kind words.  It is something that I feel God has put on my heart and each issue is truly a joy to put together.

Warm wishes, Tonya 

15 comments:

  1. Woo hoo! Can't wait to receive my copy. It is a joy and inspiration to read. Thanks for all the hard work.

    Blessings, Elizabeth

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  2. I so enjoy this newsletter and all the effort and care you put you into. Looking forward to a warm cup of tea and a few hours reading it.

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  3. Ooohhh... I'll look forward to receiving this bit of joy in my mailbox! This is such a sweet ministry. Thank you for responding to His call.

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  4. Dear Tonya,

    The latest issue looks wonderful! I keep telling myself I'll subscribe when we move~ I hope you have a copy left by then!

    Love,

    Marqueta

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  5. As always we'll be watching for it*wink* Thank you for blessing our hearts with this newsletter.

    Cortney has been reading back through our back issues and has been inspired to create some wonderful projects for holiday gift giving.
    Blessings from,
    The Never Done Farm

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  6. Yay! I can't wait for my newsletter to arrive, they are wonderful.
    xo
    Linda

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  7. I tried to email but it wouldn't go through could you email me at downessara@comcast.net
    Thankyou!

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  8. Thanks for letting us know the newsletter is one the way. Now I have something to look forward to! It's so much more fun getting something in the "real" mail than by email. :)

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  9. I can't wait! Your newsletter is the gift I gave myself this very trying year - looking forward to the joy within!

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  10. http://crafty-mum.blogspot.com/

    i wish we could get a copy here! God bless you for spreading the joy! xxx

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  11. Brilliant-I LOVE squash :) Looking forward to it!

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  12. Sounds lovely!!

    I left something for you on my blog! Come over to www.pattycakemanners.blogspot.com

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  13. Thank you for sharing the beauty, wisdom and kindness of your heart through the pages of your handwritten newsletter. What a joy to know something so whole exists! Sending love xo

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  14. Can't wait to get mine! The newsletter is a real high point for me, it really feels like a missive from a caring friend and has helped me in lots of ways. You are doing great work! Thank you x

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