Nothing is possible without the support of my family. My family are my inspiration & encourage me to pursue my dreams, as I encourage them to pursue their dreams. I am priveleged to be able to work from home doing what I love & still spending time with my children helping them achieve their dreams & goals. What a great gift to be given - to nuture their talents along the way. My daughter, Ash, makes & designs beaded jewellry (BeeDed Bitz) in her spare moments between highschool assignments.
I have been blessed & priveleged to work in partnership with Heather Paige (Snickerdoodle Dreams & Goddess Greetings). Her gorgeous graphical talents can now be found in our bee-autiful patchwork/stitchin' patterns & some new adventures into the fabric world very soon. Heather - thank you for your wonderful friendship, encouragement & valuable advice. Your my very own angel in disguise & I treasure our friendship each day!
What is your blogging philosophy?
Well, I'd love to say I should blog every day, but that's not always possible.... co-ordinating the family, running a business, designing/stitching patterns and selling just doesn't make for enough hours in the day.... can I ask for more hours in the day, I'd love some more...LOL!!
However, I do try to keep everyone updated constantly -- so I'd love to have you join me... share your comments with me... it's always my pleasure to read them & send back replies where needed!!
take care, may your days be filled with creativity & inspiration!!
I have been blogging since...
for 2 1/2 yrs.... give or take
Bee Sew Whimsical -- whimsical patterns for your sewing pleasure!!
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