Monday, April 07, 2008

The most important words we will ever say...."Thank you"

"Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it" – William Arthur Ward.

Wow! What a show!! To say that we were swamped would be an understatement. My grandmother always told me that the most important thing we will ever do in life is extend gratitude, and I have so much for which to be thankful.

I send out a big thanks to all that stopped by LaurieAnna's Vintage Home to see us this month, I truly love meeting our customers. Thank you for supporting us and for all the words of encouragement. This month I had the privilege to chat briefly with fellow blogger Lucinda, what a lil doll!

I just can't say it enough...thank you, thank you, thank you!!


Anonymous said...

Hi Laurie Anna, found you through another and I love your blog. Sounds like a lot of you Texas gals got to go to Canton. Please stop by sometime.

LeAnn :)

Serendipity Farm said...

Thank you for the thank you. Even though it was a long week, it was worth it to see you happy and in your groove doing what you love to do. You're very welcome for what little help I was. It makes me proud to know I'm married to such a wonderful talented person. I am
so very proud of you as well in making your business so successful. I also am thankful for Tina, Monica, Patti, Rebecca, and Sandy for all their help. You guys really take a tremendous burden off of Laurie.

Love you....

Southern Heart said...

It has been so fun to read about this on several blogs...this is "the one" that I hope to get to visit someday, too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the gratitude! (Sandy said thanks too!) You are the best "boss" I've ever worked and Willie, Monica and Tina made me feel like part of the "family" right from the start last month. I tell everybody.... I have so much fun working for you that I'd do it even if I didn't get paid! It is such a blessing to be part of your awesome creative team...looking forward to what God has in store for you and LAVH!
Blessings and Hugs!

LaurieAnna's Vintage Home said...

We are blessed to have you Patti...all of us! Thank you for all that you do, not only during the show, but for all the antique scouting throughout the month!

Love you!


Cindy said...

The booth was amazing and I'm loving my little galvanized planter tins! So cute!


Anonymous said...

Hi there,
I have been so enjoying your blog!! Tina's blog is a special favorite(she and I have done some business) and she sent me here! Are the birdy figurines pictured in this entry for sale??? If so I will appreciate hearing from you.
Thank you,
jbmusik at yahoo

paperjunk-lc said...

Thank you for my my little shout out! I so wish I could go back to Canton this month but I have to travel for work. Love the rooster above.