Monday, November 20, 2006

Claudia Rocks!


Do you know Claudia? Her blog is Chest of Drawers, and she is an awsome lady. She is one of my very first blog friends. I liked Claudia instantly and was struck by her creativity, honesty, generosity and sense of colour. She's recently opened her own Etsy shop and I'm wishing her all the best in that exciting adventure!

Recently Claudia offered to send people books in exchange for an ATC. I jumped on the opportunity and recently received this book in the mail:

Thank you so much, Claudia! I'm already enjoying diving into this book. I can't wait to sit down and create an ATC that I know I'll be sending to you. Thank you for the continued inspiration! And I was so excited that along with the book, Claudia sent me the beautiful and inspired card that's at the head of this post. She recently explored creating collages, and I very much enjoyed the work she did. So it was very exciting to get my own little piece in the mail.

Thank you, Claudia for all that you are and all that you do. I'm so glad that we met in the Blogosphere.

Those who live passionately teach us how to love.
Those who love passionately teach us how to live.
Sarah Ban Breathnach, Something More

6 comments:

melba said...

Jamie that is a great book that I really enjoyed. I have given it as a gift several times. I know you will love it!

Sacred Suzie said...

Wow, love her work, that's so cool! That book looks fantastic too, I'm going to get it out of the library.

You've really met some amazing people online Jamie.

Anonymous said...

The FLY piece is so beautiful!

chest of drawers said...

You´re welcome Jamie! Thankyou for helping me to "FLY"!

la vie en rose said...

i hope you enjoy your new book. i remember reading it years ago as a follow up to simple abundance and it really had an impact on my life. i've been a sarah ban breathnach fan ever since.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jamie,

Thanks for the enthusiasm in your post. I had a bad day at work, and crabbiness was operative until I read your post. Gratitude works every time.

I really liked that book a lot when I read it. I hope you share some of your thoughts as you read it.