In your words this week. We joined together again in partnership with The Good Life Events out of San Diego...treat yourself to a visit to their site: www.goodlifeevents.net. The Good Life ran a glassybaby promotion on their blog recently and the dozens of comments/entries were beyond sweet. Here is a smattering:
"Hi there! I absolutely love the Hudson glassybaby. It reminds me of the beach at twilight here in San Diego."
"I LOVE glssybaby and am missing Happiness to complete my collection- oh, who am I foolling, my collection will never be finished- LOL!!!"
Celadon makes my heart pitty-pat:) Building our house has been a long slow haul, but the thought of putting out some glssybaby when it's all done keeps me going."
I am a fool for punctuation smiley faces and triple exclaimation points and 'lots of love' sent to us in the form of capitol letters (LOL.) Eternally sweet from our fans. The winner made the sophisticated decision to choose Hudson.
More sweetness came in the form of an email with an attachment (the lovely photo above.) In her words, Julie wrote this:
"...naturally I have been bitten by the need to enrich my life with glassybaby! I have probably gifted as many as I own. In fact, whenever I give a gift, I just have to gift myself!!!
My husband and I recently re-landscaped our small yard here in Leavenworth, WA. One of the last objects placed in the new design was a candle holder I purchased at a local shop. Mother Nature has not blessed us on this side of the mountains with much sunshine this spring, either. So, I pondered what to use in place of a candle. It hit me like most creative ideas do...wham, go get a glassybaby! I have enclosed a picture of Navel doing double duty. Rain gauge right now and a nice outdoor ambience whenever the rain does stop. In fact, my husband suggested we pur some around the rocks for enen more joyful cocktail hour lighting. Long live the versatility of glassybaby. Oh, I even used Navel when the last of our wine glasses finally bit the dust! I swear the wine tasted much better!
An avid fan, Julie..."
Again the triple exclamation point embedded in the message. It's a fan thing...we love it.
End note...in our words ...Have a wonderful Memorial Day...collectively...we give remembrance with you.
More Soon, Nicola