Letter from the Editor - October 2018

Every month we will be putting out a digital magazine of sorts. A collection of stories, guides, lists, etc. will be published throughout the month, they will all tie into a central theme for that month. For our debut this October our theme is authenticity. 

It is essential to figure out where the line is between authenticity and putting your best foot forward. Ironically many who feel as if our timelines are too airbrushed, gain their legions of followers by covering up pimples hiding failures and struggles and only showcasing the wins. Today they can be more comfortable and more real because they already got the followers. We started this with the intention of creating handmade goods to add joy to your life, and to promote values that underly our work. We care about what we make and who we make it for (everyone.) We also care about the image we curate. 

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Monday Rundown August 6th

It's the first Monday of August. While summer may be quickly approaching its end for some - for us here at Sheepberry it's a month of beginnings. We are happy to begin rolling out content for our blog 'Over Our Heads.' Its origin is very special to our family, and there will be more on that later. For now take a look at one of our standing posts: Monday Rundown. Each Monday a list of five or so things to help get you through the week. Enjoy! 

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Walk the Path That is Right for You

This year we are participating as a host for Queer Theology’s Synchroblog 2018. A synchroblog is when a group of people all write about the same topic on the same day and post it. All submissions will be gathered on Queer Theology’s site. The prompt for this year’s Synchroblog is: “What does your queerness or transness call you to do and be in the world?”

My words spoke, I made people feel safer. My words spoke, I made people feel less isolated. My tongue moved. And I was complimented on how I treated my "condition" not as a "condition" but as who I was. Who I was born to be in truth.

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The idea for this place started many years ago with a very special dress that I made over twenty-five years ago. Both my children have worn that dress and my expectation is that it will be passed down to generations.

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