Sunday, March 3, 2013

Friends, friends and friends

I don't have any "friends' as per say, was never very good at relationships with other people. Not too sure what the problem is but I have grown use to being on my own ,so I don't mind it so much any more. { That sounds a little sad , so I need to clarify, I have two amazing children, grown but they are my best friends. My daughter and I are almost inseparable , but this fall could prove a bit challenging for me for she is off to school..... residence I think.}
 So you could just imagines how excited I was when the internet and blogging  came along and then, all of a sudden,  I could share a laugh, blog and comment with my internet buddies and feel like I belong.
I still get a bit of a thrill when I think about the fact I have 40 some odd friends on face book!  I  believe if I went missing, they would actually miss me , or at least most of them would.  This blog was designed as a place to put my bead soup, I think it may  also be used as a place to  "talk to my self" because for the most part, no one knows it exists.
I would like to  introduce a few of these wonderful people that call me friend and "pretty up" this blog with some pretty amazing bling.

Christine is my dearest internet buddy, I don't get as much time to talk with her as I would like, but when we do, it is like we talk everyday, we just slide right into an easy friendship again.

 Christine is a wire artist and she also makes  amazing pine baskets. I met Christine in March 2010 when I joined


  1. Wow, what an amazing necklace, your friend is obviously a very talented wire-worker and has a nice eye for composition. Is that second photo a woven basket? It looks beautiful! I think it is wonderful that you are sharing your friend's creations... sharing is FUN!

  2. yes the second photo is that of a pine basket.

  3. Penny Dear, I am honored you shared my work on your new blog. What an incredible thing to do! This new blog is very exciting. I am proud of you for stepping out and writing this. It will be another way to stay in touch. You are a dear friend the internet has brought to me.

    Thank you Monique for commenting! The basket is pine needles woven with imitation sinew.

    PS, Purple is my favorite color!

  4. Love your friend's necklace! I’m part of the bead soup party. Looking forward to the reveals. I'm now following you. I have a new blog. Please consider following my jewelry blog. Thanks.