"One day at a time--this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering."

Ida Scott Taylor


Thursday, September 23, 2010

A Little Slice of Adventure!


Just wanted to let you all know that I 
haven't forgotten about you.
You are all way too special to me to forget! 

  I've been busy creating and creating for an 
art festival that I am a vendor in, coming up this 
weekend and the next.  I've not had much time to visit
with you all 
or to put up many blog posts either.
I miss writing and I miss You!

Our daughter Jaymie came to visit us this past weekend
and when that happens the camera always comes out!
  

So this is a quick post I'm leaving today
so I can get back to creating. 
(Although, I'm not sure how to do the quick thingy)

I've not done this vendor thing before so
 I'm a little apprehensive but loving the idea of
trying a new adventure.  It's part of what makes 
life so fun and interesting.
I'm acting out of obedience
to my  "Action" word that I committed to
during my 2010 new year.

That is why, even if I don't sell one creation, I can still
pat myself on the back and be proud that I 
stuck to my commitment and tried something new.

Wow, it sounds like
I'm giving myself my own pep talk here!
Really though, my wish for you my friends,
is that you too, will
not hold back because of fear of failure! 


 My new "Pumpkin Patch"
original watercolor pendant creation
 

"People go farther 
than they thought they 
could when someone thinks they can."
John C. Maxwell

......and I know..... YOU CAN!!!!

Do something new today, or this week!  Do something
you've never done before.
Even if it's as small as
trying a new recipe or taking a walk outside
on a new path 
you haven't stepped before. 

 "Star light. Star bright.
                     Look up at the sky tonight
and breathe in some of that
      magical stardust.
            Don't worry - it won't  
                                   make you sneeze."
         Cheryl Hawkinson  



On to Adventure!

(see, I told ya I didn't know how to do the quick thingy!)
 
 

16 comments:

Nana's Nuggets said...

Hi! LeeAnn, Oh! My, just look at the talent God gifted to you! That little pendant is so cute! and I bet he Blesses you so much this on this new adventure, and your daughter is beautiful! prayers for a super week-end, and so happy to hear from you!(Oh; you mentioned to try something new! well I just started Curves and it is working my body!! Love it!!Thank you Lord for new adventures:)

Rachel @ A Cupcake for Moose said...

Thanks for the encouragement LeeAnn! I love the push to try something new and have fun doing it. Enjoy your craft fair. I bet you will have a blast and meet so many new and wonderful people. I love the pumpkin patch necklace!!! It really puts me in the fall mood! :) Many blessings to you my friend!

Jennifer Richardson said...

Sending love
and ginourmous hugs
and huge hopes
for a festival of
surprises unfolding for you
this weekend!
Your shiny heart
will attract just the right
folks and life will happen,
rich and real and rewarding
...I just believe:)
you GO girl!
-Jennifer

Mary said...

here's to new adventures!! :)
wishing you much success of course, but more so that it will be a wonderful positive experience for you. So proud of you!!!

and even in the midst of your busyness, you stop to encourage us.

thank you!!

much love to you!

Farmgirl Paints said...

You are your girl are so cute. Love that picture. Good for you for doing the art fair. I haven't braved such a thing yet. I'm just lazy I guess...or afraid. Can't decide which. Your pumpkin necklace is adorable. Sooo much talent!!!

Bren said...

Not sell anything, girl you are going to be shocked at how well it goes! People will be drawn to your open smile and then enthralled with all your creations.

Alyssa said...

Love your work! I'm your newest follower ;) Maybe you can come on by Boston Bee and we can share our ideas. God bless ;)Alyssa of Boston Bee

Tricia - A Rosy Note said...

Hi Lee Ann! What an inspiring post. You will do great at your art festival...that such is a beautiful necklace. And yes you're right it is going to be an adventure, but a fun one :) By the way, that is a very cute photo of you and your daughter.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Enjoy your new adventure...I wrote on this today, but about getting a new shell...I felt that nudge you posted about a while back.
Have a good time...glad you got to enjoy your daughter!!
Blessings!

GardenofDaisies said...

LeeAnn, I"m so glad you got to enjoy your daughters company over the weekend! Our children are so dear to us! I'm glad you have had some creative time too. Good luck with your art fair! It sounds so exciting!!

Cherie Wilson said...

Hello Sunshine! So good to meet you here at your sweet blog and see your shiny heart. I woke with so much anticipation for the day and not sure why....but you have said it...Wow, what a ride we are on! Enjoy this fun weekend adventure and bless your sweet girl too!

Farmgirl Paints said...

Hey LeeAnn,
Your little songbird was so cute. Full of song...just like you. Spreading the joy:) Have a great weekend girlie. I'll be thinking about you.

Francois said...

Enjoy the new adventure and live it to the fullest.

koralee said...

Thank you so much for your sweet comment you left on my blog...I adore yours!

I am so in love with that necklace...enjoy the fair.

Happy Sunday to you. xoxo

Jess said...

Hi LeeAnn,
Just stopped by on the fly! Running out the door but had to thank you for visiting my blog.
So nice to meet you!
LOVE your newest pumpkin pendant!
I so enjoy the art of jewelry!
Both of my children and my two Grands live 15 hours away!
So we do have alot in common.
Blessings today and ((HUGS)) too!

Jacquelyn Stager said...

Hi, I "met" you over at Jess's place. I too LOVE that pumpkin necklace. All of you talented artsy ladies blow me away...Where is your upcoming show? I just returned from the Country Living Fair in Columbus, OH last weekend. Saw so many unique and lovely creations. Happy creating!