Friday, August 7, 2009

Feather in my Needle Case

There are philosophies that I try to keep in mind, and to live by.
Like...
Luck doesn't just fall in your lap,
those who work the hardest,
have the best luck.
I believe that success does not come to those who wait,
success comes to those who go after it.
I believe that if you aren't reaching your goal,
you aren't trying hard enough.


When I first took this leap into self employment,
it was scary. But I knew that this was what I love to do. This is my gift, this is my talent, this is what I was meant to do. And there were times that money was really, really scarce, and just getting by was a struggle. But I have never been a quitter. Quitters never win.
Hard work always pays off in the end.
So... let me just tell you...
I am absolutely thrilled, to now be working with
Layla Palmer.


Yes, that Layla Palmer !

The Lettered Cottage's Layla Palmer.


Layla even made a new button for me,
so grab one, over there on the right!

I can hardly wait to get started on our projects together!
And trust me, you'll be hearing all about it.

Life is good.
Life is what you make it.
So make it good.

6 comments:

  1. Congratulations!! This is wonderful and definitely deserved. Your post reminds me of a Chinese saying: 'He who rolls up sleeves never loses shirt'. Have fun!

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  2. This post just made my night!
    I have enjoyed getting to know you, and look forward to many years of projects with you!

    Thank you for being you!
    Layla
    The Lettered Cottage

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  3. Not sure who she is, but I'm excited for you Teresa. I will check her out.
    Your projects have turned out so magnificent. Oh I wish you lived closer.
    You Rock girlfriend ... I'm sooooooo happy for you and ... you know who else. lol
    xoxxo

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  4. hey Teresa! Congratulations sweetie! you deserve it :)
    Missy

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  5. Congrats Teresa. They say if you follow your passion the money will follow and it won't seem like work. So here's to wishing these things for you in your new endeavor:)

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