Monday, May 26, 2008

Introducing Myself

I am so happy to have been invited to join with all the lovely ladies at Glad Tidings! My name is Kay and I'm the soap lady from The Rustic Cottage. Cora and I became acquainted through the blogging community and I felt so privileged when she invited me to join the group.

I live in a small town in SW Washington State - truly God's country with all the lush green landscape. I am single, have two daughters, Missy is almost 38 and Stephany is 14. I also have two grandsons who are the loves of my life.

I was recently laid off my job as an office manager for a truck repair shop so now I'm a full-time soapmaker and business woman. It is a little scary being the sole support of your family and not having a full-time job. But we are depending on God every day and He is blessings in so many ways! He truly is providing. This has been a very humbling experience for me as I am a very independent person. I've had to ask for help in many ways I've never had to before.

I've been a seamstress all my life and about 3 years ago starting making soap. I've always got a project of some sort in the works.

Thank you for letting me share a little about myself with you. Please come back and visit Glad Tidings often. And visit the shops of the wonderful talented ladies in this group. I know you'll be able to find a treasure or two for yourself.

Click on my picture above and check out my blog!


2 Much Farm Primitives said...

Hey Kay. Welcome. Sounds like you'll fit right in. These ladies have done so much for me, I'll never be able to repay 'em.

Let me know if I can ever do anything for you.

Love ya and God Bless,
2 Much Farm Primitives

ByLightOfMoon said...

Sending you a WELCOME BANNER Kay! It is delightful to have you join Glad Tidings Primative and Folkart! I know God has something in mind for you and will keep you in his blessings!

I left my heart in Washington State when we moved from there.
But, I can imagine good things for you! Blessings, Cyndi

Dani said...

Kay, so nice to get to know parents and grandparents were from Washington State....spent many summers there in Spokane as a child...and Christmases too!

Cora from Nelia's Primitive Place said...

Kay, it's so good to hear from you here! Thanks so much for your wonderful post! Looking forward to getting to know you better and having you walk with us through each day's journey! Love YOUR blog, too!!!!


Penny @ Miss Pootsie's Primitives said...

Hi Kay! Love your post. It was wonderful to read about your faith, your willingness to listen to God's still, small voice. Hope to get to know you better through GTPF. Blessings, Penny, Miss Pootsie's Primitives

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