Posted on October 29, 2020
Can you believe October is almost over? Even with this pandemic and our usual everyday challenges, life goes on. I am just hoping that everybody is doing well and staying safe during these crazy times.
Staying busy and occupied helps a lot to distract us from today’s limitations. For me, knitting saves me from going insane of boredom. Since winter is here, at least here in Alaska, I created my Christmas handmade line for hats and knitted goods. These are all listed at my ETSY shop. Most of these are kids sizes from newborn to toddler sizes. Feel free to message me if you have any custom size that is not on the listings. Get a head start with your holiday shopping for your loved ones, these are all unique handmade gifts.
Posted on July 4, 2020
Every year on the fourth of July, we Americans celebrate our Independence Day. Looking back 244 years ago, the 13 colonies claimed their independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776. This historic event eventually led to the formation of the United States.
Our world looks so different now, with this pandemic going on and the different challenges we face in our countries and communities.
But the bottom line stays the same, our founding fathers wanted us to live our lives fully, free from any oppressive force. So we carry on and honor their vision and sacrifice.
Happy 4th everyone! May we all enjoy and celebrate our freedom, not just with fireworks and parties and barbecues, but more than anything with lives lived in honor, respect and love for our country and humankind.
Hi there! My name is Shelah and I am the blogger behind Shelah Knits. I live in Alaska and I love to knit, hike and craft. I have an online shop on Etsy where I sell my handmade which I design myself. Some other lovely pieces are designed by other brilliant designers and makers. Thank you for visiting!