Thursday, February 14, 2008

And the Winners Are:

Mary Ann at Follow Your Bliss Designs Brenda at Dragonlady Corina at Patchscrap Cheryl at Lenny da Vinci and because I had over 100 comments, a bonus gift, Fran at artsyfran I used the random number generator created by Carrie's husband at Violets are Blue. That in itself was a wonderful gift. I wasn't quite up to writing down 134 names and putting them in a really big bowl. Especially since I'm only now getting my coffee. If any of you are truely sad that you didn't win, email me, nikkiwheeler@earthlink.net, your mailing address and I will send you a little surprise. Thank you all for participating. I had so much fun checking out everyone's blogs. Now I can go back in a more leisurely manner and connect with new friends. Thank you so much to Lisa S. Oceandreamer for hosting such a wonderful event. Check out her blogs Imagination Cafe, Heart of the Nest, and of course One World One Heart.

4 comments:

corina said...

Happy, happy, happy!Thank you!

firstborn said...

oh thank you nikki! i am emailing you now!!! xx mary ann

beth said...

hi nikki !! you won my giveaway for an ATC on OWOH giveaway !! congrats ! I just need your info to send it to you so please email me at bethquinndesigns@mac.com !!
congrats again and thanks for stopping in !
xo,
beth
www.bethquinndesigns.com

Susan said...

Hi Nikki!
I'm taking a break right now from everything else in my life....and just reading your blog! Funny, I spend a lot of time on the computer now...doing CYBER FYBER stuff...but I just don't get the time to read other blogs much and I miss it.

Anyway, I adored your purple quilt series...each is wonderful. Oh, and about pleasing husbands (or anyone else!)...don't worry about it. The circles are great.

I just read something about taking RISKS...it said, "...very often, a risk is worth taking simply for the sake of taking it. There is something enlivening about expanding our self-definition, and a risk does exactly that. Selecting a challenge and meeting it creates a sense of self-empowerment that becomes the ground for further successful challenges." It's from Julia Cameron's "The Artist's Way". Basically, don't worry about what others say...even your husband...take risks...only in risk taking can art making progress!

By the way...don't you think it's about time to change that "wannabe artist" line on your blog! You are an artist! Claim it; it's yours....Oh, there was a reason I came here to your blog.....yes, I remember....

Your WONDERFUL postcard arrived! Thank you ever so much!
Susan