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What does “Their Courses Above” mean?
It’s a nod to the following line in the hymn “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” by Thomas Chisholm: “Summer and winter and springtime and harvest, sun, moon, and stars in their courses above, join with all nature in manifold witness to Thy great faithfulness, mercy, and love.”
Are you a minimalist?
Depends on what you mean. Am I purposefully seeking to own as little as possible? No. But have I found, upon closer examination of my material possessions, that I could own far, far less than I previously did? Yes. I’m very much in favor of owning things you love and caring well for them. For myself, transforming my home to reflect that goal involved getting rid of a lot.
Why printable products? Won’t that just create more clutter?
I certainly hope not. If one of my products is going to become clutter in your life, don’t buy it! But really, the answer is simple: I adore writing on paper. It cannot be replaced in my life or my creative process. Typing (and certainly, phone typing) never has been and never will be the same. The stroke of pen or pencil on paper seems to promote intentionality and focus for me, and maybe it does the same for you.
How do I download the printable(s) I purchased?
On the final page of checkout, after your payment has been processed, you’ll see a link to download your files. You will also receive an email to the address you entered during checkout that will include another link to your files. If anything at all goes wrong in this process, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll make sure you get your files right away.
Where and how can I print my purchases?
There are so many good options. First of all, if you have a good color* printer at home, give that a try! A laser printer will work best, but an inkjet will get the job done. If you want to enjoy your printable products at the highest quality, I recommend finding a local printshop or ordering through Fedex Kinkos or The UPS Store. You should be able to send them your files online or walk them into the store on, say, a USB thumb drive. I highly recommend printing on paper 28# or heavier. You won’t be sorry, your prints will be creamy, delicious, and ready for the stroke of your pen.
*A black and white print will be serviceable but will look far, far worse than a color print. Be warned.