Dear friends,I'm honored to keep you up-to-date on the happenings at Warm Hearth. This quarter (and hence, the newsletter) has been chock-full of the good, even the glorious, and the ugly (or disappointing). Please find (and read!) the attached newsletter. And while you're here, I wanted to share our residents' new handicrafts at http://smallcornerstore.blogspot.com/. Each different craft is located on a separate page. Just click on "older posts" at the bottom of each screen to view another craft. They are beautiful, if I may say so myself. The residents and their crafts. Thank you for caring about our home and our residents. We are all most grateful. Blessings to you and yours,-- Natalie Bryant-RizzieriFounder, Executive Director Friends of Warm Hearth, Inc. www.friendsofwarmhearth.org Providing Holistic Care for Orphans with Disabilities in Armenia ****Sometimes our life reminds me of a forest in which there is a graceful clearingand in that opening a house, an orchard and garden,comfortable shades, and flowers red and yellow in the sun, a patternmade in the light for the light to return to. The forest is mostly dark, its wayto be made anew day after day, the dark richer than the light and more blessedprovided we stay brave enough to keep going in. By Wendell Berry
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