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Encouraging Words





Recently, a friend asked me to create some hand lettered notecards for her to send to her son, who just left for his freshman year of college.  


I hope these encouraging words help you through your day.  



These designs are from my sketchbook and need some improvement before the finished result.


As I get older, I realize that my mind, which races to find the logic in each circumstance, often comes up empty on the "why" questions.  So many of us face difficulties:  cancer, illness, loss, tragedy.  


We need to remember that a little support can go a long way.  
Know today that you are not alone and that I am rooting for you! 




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