Sunday, August 8, 2010

Motivate Me Monday- The Final Curtain

Fifth Street Palace
I have been reading a book called One Month To Live by Chris and Kerry Shook. I am taking inventory of how I spend my time and what the most worthwhile ways to spend my time are.

As much as I love to blog, read comments and read and comment on other's blogs I am saying goodbye to this.

There are two little human beings and one big human being who deserve to have my attention.  Not only that there is a sewing machine that I love to sit at and create and there are runs to train for.  There are places for me to go and see...

So with this last post I want to ask you to examine your own life and see if there is something that you feel the need to sacrifice to really start living.

Be blessed!

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Friday Funnies- What did you call me?

(Hudson Catching the ball he threw into Grandpa's pond.)

Hudson: What are we having in our hot dog buns?
Me: European wieners.
Hudson: I'm not a peeing wiener!

For more Friday Funnies head on over to Homemakers Heart.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Zibbet Tuesday- 3 Hog Candle Company - Tart Review

I was blessed to have received three different scented melting wax tarts from 3 Hog Candle Company. I was sent Hawaiian Escape, Fresh Linen and Bubble Gum. They smell divine! I was so pleased to come upstairs and have my house smell fresh and clean. The colors are vibrant and pretty. Soy and paraffin wax is used to make these scent tarts and they melt so smoothly. 3 Hog Candle Company's prices are exceptional as well! Only $3.75 per 6 pack. There are a ton of scents to choose from so head on over and order your favorite.

I have not fallen off the planet...

I will be back to blogging for sure Wednesday. Just taking a little rest :)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Show Off Your Stuff - Glass Etching

Oh how I love to try new things. Especially if I think I will be successful at them. So when I found a glass etching tutorial over at Make It and Love It I just had to try it out.

 I etched 2 of these wine goblets with tree branches for a wedding gift.  It was quite easy peasy.
Taking a clear picture late at night was not so easy peasy however :)

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