A Mother’s very kind words (thank you so much S.B.)
“It was a pleasure working with Katie, from start to finish. I felt positive about the entire experience, knowing that I had loved every other piece she had done before. Of course, I was not disappointed when my painting arrived. I had originally envisioned it in our bedroom. However, once it arrived, I knew it was too beautiful to tuck away in such a private place. I had to share it with as many eyes as possible. It now hangs proudly in the hallway, where it will receive lots of attention and adoration. It is absolutely my favorite item in my home now, such a positive and warm energy radiates from it. So in love! Thank you so much for producing such beauty, I will cherish it everyday for the rest of my life.”
S.B., North Carolina
A Question For Mamas:
Is there a way to NOT feel regret as our children grow up?
Is it just a mama’s nature to pine and yearn and wonder if she is-doing/has-done the right thing for her kids?
Is it our nature to find our own faults and dwell?
I mean this seriously, but also with true confusion.
I’ve been with my children since the day they were born, always working at home to be with them, there for them ~ but I sometimes find my brain involuntarily scanning and compiling things I should feel guilty about… what gives?
I know that I am one of the *lucky* ones to have had that opportunity ~ so how do we cope?
It’s Free Cards Friday! Add your note or insight to this blog post (here at the blog or on the Facebook page) throughout the weekend and be in the running to win some cards ~ I’ll choose the winner on Monday.
Love & Sincerely, Katie
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