If you have missed us on the blog lately… this is why.
Michael and I have been working our behinds off. Day and night. In fact, we’re burning the midnight oil right now- but I decided to take a short break to write. (A certain blog was feeling neglected).
I promise I’ve been meaning to update. But as you can imagine, when you live at work- you don’t have anything to update on, but work.  Tonight, I thought I would take a short break to brag on a certain hardworking Graphic Designer/Creative Director.
A few months ago, our pastor (and my boss) asked Michael and I to serve on the committee for our upcoming Capital Campaign, (the first that campaign Cornerstone has embarked upon on it’s own). For those of you who don’t know, I work for Cornerstone- the contemporary community of Highland Park United Methodist Church. By the grace of God, Cornerstone has grown in leaps and bounds, and is now looking to expand it’s ministry to respond willingly to the blessings God has bestowed upon us. We have been so honored to be a part of such a wonderful journey. 
Needless to say, we’ve learned that a Capital Campaign is a lot of work. Michael has been responsible for all of the printed material- visuals, brochures, detail pieces and more. He has literally been working day and night (and weekends too) to keep up with his AarsWells projects AND the volunteer work for the church. I am so very proud of him- and so lucky to have a husband with such a genuine, giving nature.  You can see some of his work below:
So… to the Love of My Life, 
Thank you for being who you are- for loving me, loving the Lord- and responding to His call to nurture our church home. You are amazing.

2 Responses to “Overworked”

  1. Beck

    You could have just posted the words “Capital Campaign” and I would have understood why the blog had gone stagnant. Bless both your hearts. Great work on Michael’s part. I can only imagine the work you’ve been doing!

  2. The Mitchells

    I actually picture you at work in that first photo…when I call and leave a message…that’s exactly what I think your life looks like.