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A Fabulous Time

August 1, 2011

Thank you dear friends for all your precious comments regarding what we are going through with my husband.  I cherish all you taking time to leave comments, call me on the phone and email me.  I am indeed so blessed.  Thank you....


Saturday, was spent at The Peacock Cafe with some incredibly wonderful women as they learned simple soldering and metal stamping techniques.
 Each time I am so amazed at all the lovely women who share a creative soul.  We laughed and had so much fun creating our soldered treasures.
 The best part of teaching workshops is meeting all the wonderful creative ladies and the friendships that are made.
Thank you all for a fabulous time.  Can't wait to see you all again!

Have a wonderful day, dear friends.


traci said...

what a great place that is. i am sure you are a great teacher. wish i could have been there.

T's Daily Treasures said...

So good to see you sharing your knowledge and creativity with others. I'm so sorry to hear about your husband, his aunt and mother. I've never heard of this disease before. Did his aunt get the same infusions or did they not realize what she had until it was too late to do anything. I hope the treatment will help your husband immensely. Sending prayers, hugs, blessings to you all, Tammy

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Looks like such a fabulous time Sheila... wish I could have been there!... xoxo Julie Marie

Scott Preusser said...

You are very talented and it was a wonderful class.

Scott and Alie said...

Oops, I was signed in under my husband's account. Thanks again, for the soldering class. Kay and I are interested in learning more, please let us know if you have another workshop or classes.

Holly Loves Art said...

Looks like a wonderful time! Smiling faces is always a good sign. Hope you're having a great Monday.

ramsam said...

Wish I had been there!!! Looks like a wonderful time

Suz said...

Sheila,
I just read the news about your husband and my heart feels a little broken. I know those cries of "why him" because I have hollered them out myself. I am sure that Our Loving Father understands our anger and disbelief. I have always felt that God is there with me in my pain. I am going to ask Jud more about this disease as I do not know much about it but it does sound like a long and hard condition. I am so sorry. Please let me be there for you if I can.
Sending love and a big hug,
Suz
P.S. Thank you also for your kind comment on my blog. Your support means so much. I know that you, of all people, understand what a mean and wily disease this is.

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