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26 February 2008



Rebecca, my heartfelt thanks to you for your post today. I always read your blog and enjoy the inspiration. This quote was the exact thing I needed to read today. I've been really struggling with some things of late, and have been praying for the patience to wait and let God's will be done. What a wonderful moment of His grace it is for me to read your blog post. Thank you.


Love all of your art. I am inspired by you everytime I read your blog. Thanks Beth

judi mh

I check your blog regularly for your art and inspiration. You always seem to connect with the essential of life.

Sheila R

You are such a blessing and continue to inspire us to be better... creatively and as a person. Thank you!


I am new to your blog, but I love it. It truly is inspirational and motivational. The necklace is absolutely beautiful. I would love it, but would pay it forward and give to my friend Michelle. Like your wonderful "new to me" blog, she is one of those inspirational and motivational friends that you are lucky enough to find in life. Thanks Rebecca.


Thanks for the quote - very thought provoking! I am quite short on patience myself. Lovely necklace!

fran heupel

Hi Rebecca,
Have loved your work for a long time.
love your blog and all the wonderful inspiration you provide. Love the quote.
Have a great rest of your week.

Fran Heupel


I would love to win that beautiful necklace...you continue to inspire me everyday. Thank you.

Lorna Mackinnon

I check your post daily and love the way you are continually striving to be the best you can be. You are an inspiration!

Julie G. Baxley

Rebecca - here's just one more patience quote that so reminds me of you, "love is patient and kind". You are always kind!


Wow! THat is so generous! I would love this - I love the key.
I get what you're saying about being unplugged...it seems all I am doing is surfing and not DOING. I love all the inspiration, but I need to use it!
Thanks for reminding me...


I like the idea of unplugging for a little while, now to follow through and actually do it. While I was growing up, for a long time, my family did not have a TV. Talk about being unplugged (that was before computers). Even though some people thought we were nuts, it was nice. We read, talked to each other, etc. I actually miss that.


Please count me in for this beautiful necklace give-away ~ I have the perfect person in mind to send it to if I'm the lucky girl! :)
As always, thank you for your honest sharing heart Rebecca!

Juanita Johnson

Love your work and how it involves fabric and fiber bits! Beth Moore rocks with her insight, too. I always enjoy your thoughts and wisdom when I visit your blog, and I truly try to live an unplugged life, but have joined the ranks of blogland and feel my time gradually slipping away. Love the necklace, too, and today is my birthday! What a thrill THAT would be! Thanks for the inspiration that you provide in life as much as art. Juanita

vicki s.

Every morning, right after I get some coffee, I tune into your blog. You always have something that adds to my day, that makes me think a bit more about life, and you always remind me to be grateful. Thanks!


Thank you for always sharing such inspiring words. Your blog is such an encouragement to me.


I just love your blog. Not only do you never fail to inspire me creatively, but you so often inspire me to just be a better, kinder, more loving person. I appreciate that.

Kathy Hansen

Rebecca, I love reading your blogs, I find them very calming and you always choose just the right poem or phrase or feeling. Thanks so much for sharing with all of us. The necklace is beautiful, whom ever wins it will be a lucky lady. Have a wonderful day Kathy Hansen.. San Jose, ca

Jenn from Watermelon Rind

Your words, as well as your work, are so very comforting...so real. Thanks for being so genuine and such an inspiration.

Jenn from Watermelon Rind

Your words, as well as your work, are so very comforting...so real. Thanks for being so genuine and such an inspiration.


Thank you for blessing us with your time and energy through your blog.

Jenn from Watermelon Rind

Your words, as well as your work, are so comforting, so true. Thanks for being such an inspiration and one of the warmest hearts in cyberspace.


Your virtue cones were so beautiful, and I especially like the one called "Patience."

Here is another quote for you ~ “Patience is the art of hoping.”

Linda Smith

I finally got to the big city and found the Artful Blogging book. Nice to read the article on your blog not to mention the whole mag is great.
And I do want to say thanks for your insight to daily life and not just the minute by minute.
Thanks again.


Thanks so much for the fabulous inspiration. I feel that I am struggling with patience, balance and "purpose" as well. Thanks for making me feel that I am not alone.

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