I have been so busy with two separate projects lately. It’s sort of consumed my time. As soon as I have photos ready to share with you I will.
However, today I received an e-mail that supports a cause that means so much to me and I just had to share it with you.
Glassybaby is going to have a temporary location at Bellevue Square! For those of us Eastside of Seattle folks, that’s wonderful! That is, if you’re a Glassybaby fan like I am. (hint, hint, nudge, nudge, wink, wink) And how can you not be?
For those of you that know me well already know that my father passed away in March. Dad died from melanoma cancer and he was treated and admitted often to Overlake Hospital. Those who work at the cancer center are very special and unique individuals. The doctors, the nurses and other specialists are wonderfully compassionate there not only with patients, but also with their families. I know one day when she’s ready Mom would like to return to thank them all.
Glassybaby already has 10% of their sales of particular glassybabies being donated to many worthy causes. They’re a great local company and they’re rental program is awesome for weddings & special events! They also make awesome gifts! (hint, hint, nudge, nudge, wink, wink) Take some time to get to know them through their blog too.
Isn’t this such a pretty color combination for a spring event?
Or how about a fall event?
Or a summer al fresca event. No matter what, they’ve got it all.
They even have the perfect combo for a July 4th wedding or event. Or how about an event like last Tuesday’s historical event.
They say never to mix politics & business together, but I just have to say that Tuesday night was awesome! It gave me chill bumps, warm fuzzies and made me even cry. What a night!! You know, either way, one thing I new for sure, both candidate would focus on cancer research and the lack of funding they receive. McCain has had melanoma cancer scares himself and Obama knows what it’s like to loose a parent to cancer, watch them suffer in pain and leave this world all too soon. However, the bottom line is that I’m very, very happy and pleased with the results. It was definitely one of those times when you’re really proud to be from America.
Have a good weekend everyone! I promise next week I’ll have photos of my work to share. But for now enjoy this beautiful eye candy. Oh! Aren’t these just a beauty for a Valentine’s Day event?