Monday, January 18, 2010

Feeling good, thanks to you

Thank You ,

Thank YOu,

Thank YOU!

I can't tell you how much your comments about our move to Richland, Washington have helped me!

Everyone who lives there or near there seems to love it and that gives me hope that we will love it too.

I'm still cleaning and organizing and not crafting... sorry.

Between Christmas and now getting my house ready to sell... well, crafting is not high on the list. But, no worries, I can never go very long without creating something!

And until then I am looking at YOUR blogs and enjoying YOUR creations.

Wow, you people are talented!

Speaking of talented, my friend and neighbor (and visiting teaching partner- Yes, I am LDS for those of you who asked) Traci at Amazing Mae is making me a soldered glass pendant necklace with pictures of all my kiddos. I can't wait!!

Have a wonderful Monday!


Anonymous said...

I love your blog and I been checking in regularly for awhile now. I wanted to let you know know how beautiful Washington is. I have lived in Idaho and Washington my entire life and would not want to live anywhere else.
I am a stay at home mom, but needed some extra income and started crafting 16 years ago for Christmas money. It turned into a pretty fun business opportunity and now I go to the TriCities (Pasco) every fall for a craft show at the TRAC building. You should check it out. I know they have a craft show in the spring as well, but I don't do that show as it falls directly during my kids spring break. They also have a great craft show in the park during the jet boat races in the summer. I thought you might enjoy having something fun to look forward to on your new adventure. Plus I would love to meet you, so if you come to the Custer Arts and Craft Show in November at the TRAC please stop by and say hi. Don't be surprised if I ask for your autograph. :)
Good luck and God Bless with your move.
Jodie Nichols

Kathryn-nannygoat said...

HOW FUN!!! I marked my calendar. I love a good craft fair! Thanks for giving me something to look forward to. :)

Anonymous said...

Wow, How sad & exciting at the same time. I live in Vancouver, WA and very glad to have found your blog. I love that christmas bulb wreath you made..I didn't get around to make it this year but I have it on my "to do" list" this year.
Welcome to Washington..

Duludes said...

I'm so excited for you. We just moved to Eastern Tennessee (for School) from Yakima Washington about a hour from Tri-Cities. You will love it there especially being so much closer to a Temple that has regular hours of being open. There are so many wonderful members of the church there. Tri-cites is beautiful in a completely different way then Kentucky but none the less beautiful. The agriculture around is great. I don't know if you like canning but it is so easy to get the best fruits and veggies for cheap. Good luck on your new adventure. Oh have you decided how you would be moving out there? We refused to drive a Uhaul truck. We ended up going with a company called Broadway Express it is a semi truck that you load and they deliver. The best part is the let us put are 2nd car on the truck also. If you don't have a second car that needs shipped out there I suggest you go with ABF moving company its the same kinda of deal you load the semi and they drive it. It's worth looking into.

Kelly@seeitandmakeit! said...

I am jealous... Washington looks so beautiful! Good luck!
I LOVE your blog!

Luv 2 Craft said...

Hi my name is Shanna and our little craft blog has nominated Little Nanny Goat for the Lemonade Stand Award. Thanks for everything that you've shared and all your creativity! Our blog is! Thanks!