Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Thank you.

Thank you for sharing your lives with me. (and my little team of workers.)

We hear the most amazing stories. Sometimes they make us laugh. Sometimes gasp. Sometimes cry. But they always touch us.

Thank you for letting me share my life with you.
Thank you for reading this blog, even when you don't comment.
Thank you for sending me emails to check up on my when I don't post often enough.
Thank you for supporting me, my photography business, and my jewelry business.
Thank you for lifting me up when I need it, and cheering me on.

You guys rock.

You're welcome here in my life any old time.

{cabinet: $20 clearance, vintage turquoise pyrex mixing bowls: gifted, vintage portrait: gifted, chipped white shelf: found in the barn, red welcome sign: gifted, sunflowers: from my yard.}

I feel abundantly blessed. Thank you.

16 comments:

Southern Traditions Boutique said...

LOVE the Pyrex bowl...better watch out, one day it might end up missing! LOL! I collect those and just wish I had a place to display them!!! Thanks for your blog, Beki! I enjoy reading your stories and looking at your beautiful photo's! You're a blessing!
Torri

Hockeyfan25 said...

Thank you for making awesome jewelry and giving me something to read almost every day!

Heather said...

Is that mixing bowl vintage? My mom has a set of 4-5 that nest together. It is what she has always used. No idea they were vintage.

Stacie Gorkow said...

I just got my order today! Much sooner than expected which allows me to give them in person!! The Miracles Happen one I got for my friend. Two weeks ago her 2 yr old boy went in the lake near their home without anyone knowing because he unlocked the door and walked out of house. Dad realized he was gone and found him in the lake and started CPR. Now after a picu stay, he is totally fine. No brain damage and all is well. Truly a miracle! So hence...the necklace! Can't wait to give it to her! Prayers were answered!

Just B @ Love Where You Live said...

Very well put! All we "bloggers" appreciate our visitors and the inspiration (and entertainment) they provide. I always enjoy visiting your blog, for your beautiful and heartfelt photographs and your simple style of writing that lets your fun personality show through. Thank you! :)

Amy said...

Thank you for being my friend. :)

Amy said...

My grandparents had that photo hanging in their kitchen for as long as I can remember. It made my heart smile to see it again. :)

Lisa K. of XSBaggage and Co. said...

Thank YOU Beki! I so enjoy visiting your blog. It's my little break from sewing during the day.

Love your vintage finds. My Mom has always had that picture hanging in her home, it brings back lots of memories.

Mindy Harris said...

we love our beki!!

Ruth said...

You are so sweet and your blog is such a ray of sunshine in my life. We must must mussssst meet for real sometime!!!

Marilyn said...

Beki ~ I don't comment much, but, I'm always here. Thanks for sharing your adventures with us.
Marilyn in Missouri

Cindy said...

You're too kind, Beki. Your readers really do care and I'm happy to say I'm one of them! :)

Anonymous said...

SO now you post a pic of my HEART'S DESIRE: that Pyrex mixing bowl! You know I love it and I can't believe it didn't mysteriously end up at our house before you moved! :) Bless you, friend. God shows His love through others in such BIG ways! --- Trenna

The Perfect Trio said...

I <3 you!

Upscale Downhome said...

My grandma had that picture. It's so sweet and I feel like our generation is so far removed from that!

Wendy said...

I have that portrait in my house, too! My grandparents had it in their house, but I don't know what happened to it when they passed away. I went searching for it because I just had to have one for myself. Did you know that there's a companion one it it? Yup, an elderly woman praying.

Anyway, it looks like we might be twins. Separated at birth. After a very long labor. :o)