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Reminder and update...

Since we are now into October, Breast Cancer Awareness month, I would like to remind you all to get your mammogram! Also please go to the site http://www.girl-gone-thread-wild.blogspot.com/2009/07/pink-artist-drawing-2009-prize-wheel.html to participate in the fabulous raffle that is going on. I can't believe the beautiful works of art that have been donated to the cause. All you have to do is send in a donation to be included in the raffle to win one of the wonderful items. The grand prize is the quilt which was made in individual squares by various artists, then sent to Monica who created the quilt. Go check it out, you'll be glad you did.
The update is concerning my etsy. I have finally uploaded ceramic items and will be adding more this weekend.
Go check it out http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5262022.
Thanks and have a great creative weekend~

Comments

Cathy I am headed to your etsy shop:) And thank you for the reminder. SO important!
Hope your weekend is MAGICAL!!!!
XXXOOO
Becky
Janine said…
Hi Cathy
I have an award waiting at my blog for you.
I wish you a good week
Hugs
Janine
Cathy said…
Thanks Becky and Janine! Janine, I'll be right over.
Hi you sweet gal you! I know I owe you an email but I am determined to get my blog visiting caught up, so forgive me if I try to do both at once. First, let me say, YOU ARE SO GOOD TO ME AND I LOVE YOU! I got my fabric piece from you yesterday and my husband asked what was in the box. I had been saving it to open when I could sit and enjoy whatever might have been inside. I said, "I don't know but you can open it if you'd like. It's a present from a friend." He was so excited to open it and just oohed and ahhed and then I oohed and ahhed and got that "that sweet lady look on my face" knowing that you knew I loved that piece and that's what you sent. I do love it so! I will be posting it on my blog. Thank you! From the bottom of my toes to the tippy top of my noggin, thank you! I have had some giveaways on my blog but I need to do a specific Pay it Forward giveaway in honor of your gift and one I got from Pringle Hill. I will do that soon.

Okay, now for getting caught up with you. You have so many things you want to do and every last one listed on your wish list is something I would love to do too. But, you have much more energy and focus than I. I am going to focus on the Photoshop thing - I'm going to see if there is an online basic class I can take. If I can find anything I will let you know.

I just got my insurance authorization for my mammogram so I will do it this month. You're a good girl to remind everyone! Okay, I'm off to see what else I've missed of late. Thanks again for my lovely gift and for always being a friend. You are very special to me.

marsha
Cathy said…
Marsha Dear! I'm so glad it finally found it's way to you. I made it with you in mind, way before it got posted to flickr.
I'm so glad you like it. I will come by your blog to visit and tell you more.
I love your ALL your fabric collages, but I am especially enamoured of the middle one. You have brought the quote used to life most excellently. Well done!! xoSusan
Cathy said…
Thank you Susan!I was especially fond of that quote as well as the collage also!

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