The sun was shining on the meadow today like only a December sun can shine.
About 6:10 this morning I opened the kitchen side door that over looks the meadow and was greeted by the back and forth calls of our coyote pair.
Life is returning to a more familiar rhythm for us after a really tough few weeks.
Many of you know about our recent difficulties but for those of you who don't, and without going into great detail ~ please accept our apologies for being slow to respond to your emails over the last while.
Quite suddenly and very sadly, David's father died on November 16th. David also landed in hospital in November (unrelated ~ just awful timing) and is now awaiting a date for another surgery on his back. It's been a sad and difficult month for the whole family and most especially David's mom who lost her beloved husband of 66 years.
One of the things it seems David and I can always count on is the kindness and love shown to us by the amazing people who wear or want to wear a Touch Wood Ring. During this difficult time especially you have been so understanding and warm .... thanks so much.
"The ring is perfect in every way! Thank you so much for making it such an enjoyable and stress free experience. Even while being so far away and never actually meeting each other the customer service experience has been amazing. The craftsmanship on this ring is amazing ~ you are artists! I will be passing on tales of my experience to others and will be sure to give out your name! Thank you so much from a very happy and satisfied customer, Gary."
These walnut wood rings were handcrafted for Carla and Clyde of Kingcome Inlet, British Columbia They sent a special river rock and some spruce wood from their homeland.