Wednesday, April 22, 2009

thank you...

Thank you, everyone, for all your words of support and encouragement. I know this co-parenting idea is a bit unusual.


Yesterday's rehearsal for the class I'm teaching in LA was fabulous. My friends did such a great job making the project and they all LOVED how it turned out. In fact, I heard someone say that it is her favorite project EVER that she's made in a class. How fantastic is that?

The photo shows a little of what Sue made...Sue (no blog yet) is a new friend who is going to Silver Bella. With only hours of notice, she arrived at the door with Hope ready to get working. My sweet friends Pam and Lorraine (I can't talk her into a blog) were also there. We had such a fun time. And they were all such great students, offering lots of encouragement and tips and advice.

Oh, and just look at the button loot Sue offered up...

Seriously? I think buttons are a much better friend to a girl than diamonds...
shhhh...don't tell the others but these are my favorites...
Although I do really have a crush on this tulip shaped bead...

Oh yeah...I think I'm back. {And happier than ever.}

Oh, and there are still spots available for the class. If you are on the fence, come on down and join in the fun. You will have so much fun, I promise.










{And I will give you candy.}

10 comments:

pink23 said...

i have a crush on a button, too!

Sue said...

Amy, you are just SO sweet! I had the best time yesterday, and loved sharing some of my goodies with you and the other gals. Word is the new blog will be up very soon. Once again, thanks so much for letting me spend the day playing with glitter at your most wonderful house!

Sue

AidelK said...

Hi Amy! I love following your adventures in your blog. I wish I could come to your class, but it's not possible for me to travel there. Would you consider making the kit available with instructions in your shop? It looks wo wonderful!
Alfredo is adorable--so happy for you.
Dodi

Deb said...

Tears of joy for you, sweet Amy, as I read your last post and now this one. What a joyful turn of events! You are, most definitely, BACK, and I can imagine you aren't sleeping much with all this excitement and happiness filling your life.

There will be so many many happy days ahead for you, Rich, and Alfredo (whom I am certain is as saucy as his name!) and we are all so glad for your blesings. You bring so many to all of us...

meleen dupré said...

oh, amy, so happy for you!...can't wait to give you a hug at silver bella!!!

meleen

Anonymous said...

Welcome back to the sunshine, Amy! I am sooo happy to hear the news about little Alfredo-- what a blessing you and Rich are in his life!
Love, Jill

Lisa said...

Welcome back Amy! You've been missed and I'm so glad you are feeling better. So wish I could take your class but since I'm here in Oklahoma without plans to travel to LA anytime soon I will just have to live vicariously through your blog and all the pictures!

The French Bear said...

Oh Amy, I am so glad you are back and feeling well again. I know we have never met but your stories really touch my heart and I truly do wish the best for you! I am so happy your workshop went well, lucky ladies to spend time with you!
Buttons are really gems aren't they?
Hugs,
Margaret B

patientmom said...

What a perfectly sweet wreath...I agree that it would be fun for us if you had kits available. You are much to far away for an afternoon class :) I adore buttons too...collect them by the tin ful and find it hard to part with them. Hooray for your co-parenting...risking the hurt is what enlarges our hearts. May God richly bless your home and all who enter it with much love and laughter.

Maija said...

I can't wait to make this sweet project, and see you again!