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Award Thank You

I've had a busy week and have been so fortunate to find among my messages that I've received an award from the very kind Sonia from Archiving Angel! I want to say a huge thank you and to pass this along to any one of my followers who'd like to grab the award as well. I feel that picking out a certain few wouldn't to justice to what fellow crafters are doing out there, and I gain so much from every one of you that it's impossible to choose. ( I've done it before & felt terribly uncomfortable) To go on with the award requirements I am to mention 7 things about myself so here goes:
1. I've met some cool people through this blog business and I'm not ashamed to use their names as if I've actually met them in person!
2. I'm not actually ashamed of much anyways- this comes from not taking myself too seriously.
3. I love to paint, draw, and ...
4. I love the images of hands, they tell a lot about a person.
5. I love all kinds of food also!
6. I love languages, even if I don't understand them ( the written word is beautiful to me).
7. I believe God's purpose for us is genuinely beautiful, and this makes all things bearable, for He sustains me.
So if you've read this post, grab on to that lil' award and let us know a bit about yourself too, come on, there's no shame in it!

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  1. Raquel,
    Congrats on your award, you deserve it
    Hugs
    Stacy

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