Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Learning To Set Up The Shop, and Remembering Kenya!

So, its been a week and one day and I am trying to set up the Etsy Shop.  Please be patient with me as I am an OJT (On The Job Training) kind of gal. 

The past few weeks have been exciting, while I try and figure the whole buisness thing out.  Thinking about packaging and postage as well as many other details. 

May God grant me wisdom and knowledge as I learn to opperate on the Web.

On Monday, one of my Spiritual Mom's left for Kenya and the past few days I have been reminded of many wonderful moments being there in Kenya myself.  One day stands out in my mind most of all:  The day my sister-in-Christ (Happy) was leaving to her home in Tanzania.  I had only met her two weeks prior and I can tell you that meeting her was such a gift.  On that day she was leaving to head back home (a two day or so trip by bus); I was so sad and just crying, and crying.  My heart was breaking, just thinking that you don't know what tomorrow will bring.  God gives us blessings/gifts for a reason, season, or a life-time!  This may not sound like a wonderful moment, but it was.  There are so many more, especially with the children of GS (Gentle Shephard).  Watching the children pray, sing, and dance.  What a blessed life God has given each of us here on this earth.  Hold on to each day as it will be your last, cause we do not know what tomorrow will bring.

Here are just a few of the children at GS with me.

This is my brother"Ezekiel" and his wife to be"Happy"my sister in Christ!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Just Getting Started!

Well, this is not a first for me but a first to blog about my creations.  Today was so amazing, and all I can say is:  "God is Good!"

My dear friend Kimee, is so talented! She can do just about anything with a camera and computer.  God has given her such a wonderful eye for beauty.  I am so thankful to have her in my life.  

When I woke up this morning, I was so excited to get ready for pictures.  I had a devotion with my father, packed my jewels up, had some coffee, curled my hair(which is a chore for me), ate a little breakfast, and was out the door. Kimee was all ready for my pieces of jewels with perfect lighting and no shadows.  The pictures are so beautiful, I can't believe this is stuff I made along with a few others.  Come to find out, there are close to 100 pieces.  Then we headed outdoors for a few shots of me! This was interesting, cause Kimee was trying to think of funny things to say so I would give her my natural smile.  She did wonderful, and man I love the pics!

Now to start the etsy account so that people can purchase the jewels.  You can find my page at:

Oh, Happy Day! 
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