What an incredibly challenging time this is.
I wanted to send a note to all of our beautiful customers to let you know that I am thinking of you and sending my love and support to you all.
Many of us are working from home now with children at our sides. Schools are closing, jobs are going remote, or quite possibly, not working at all. We're all trying to come to terms with the uncertainty of our health, family, and more. What will the next month bring, and how will we navigate this change?
The one thing I know for sure is that we will recover. We will rise.
Our mission at KiraGrace has always been to support women moving through transitions. Our goal is to bring you a little bit of sunshine and inspiration as we navigate these changes. Over the next few weeks, you will continue to hear from us. Our goal is to inspire you, to help you look forward, to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
We will rise.
With love & light,
KiraGrace is on a mission to celebrate women's beauty, strength, and grace as we move through life's journeys. Our products are uniquely designed and created to be uplifting and inspiring, items that bring comfort, or a smile, just at the look, touch, or feel. All KiraGrace apparel is handcrafted in the USA using premium fabrics.
The KiraGrace logo is a lotus flower with an infinity symbol. The lotus flower is a Hindu and Buddhist symbol for non-attachment, purification, and renewal. It's an incredible flower. The lotus is rooted in the mud, and the stem pushes through the water to reach the light, the sun, and to blossom. Through the strength of the stem, the lotus flower sits above the surface. The lotus with infinity represents endless (or limitless) renewal. Our symbol represents our journeys, as we are continually raising ourselves up from life's challenges and finding the newer, brighter path. We are always opening toward the light.
If you liked this blog, check out our other blogs like: " As I Heal, My Ancestors Heal", "Prayer for a Pandemic", "Inside the Coronavirus, I See Hope", "Way Out of our Comfort Zone", " Taming Your Mind in the Face of Fear"