Monday, March 2, 2009

My Shining Lights

Without a doubt, I can honesty say that one of the most rewarding things about being a part of the Etsy community is meeting people from all over the world. Especially ones that turn into friends.

Jo, of My Shining Lights, is just that person. She started out as a customer and our friendship grew from there. She is a very sweet and loving person who I enjoy talking with and getting to know more and more. We have some similar things in common, plus we're both December babies, so that brings us even closer.

If you are near the Canadian border please wave as you can almost see where Jo lives in the western corner of Minnesota. The following is a quote from her Profile, I just love what she has to say:

"My first endeavors in creating jewelry were beaded memory wire bracelets and beaded lanyards. These gave me a way to pursue a form of art. I think that, being female, means that the desire to enjoy pretty things is somehow interwoven into our genetic makeup. From the first time as infants that our eyes caught the dancing glimmer of a necklace that was draped upon our loved ones neckline and we tried to grasp, and most likely taste it, we were hooked. It is a "girl thing."

Jo is fairly new to Blogging & Etsy and is eager to learn how to promote her shop as well as other tips & tricks in running them. I've offered to help her along with this.

Please give a warm welcome to my friend Jo and visit her Etsy shop. While there, read her Profile on how she came up with her shop name - it is very sweet. Oh and her blog is Journey Through This Life - I just love that title. So please stop by her blog and say hello :)

From my heart to yours,


Catherine said...

Her jewellery is beautiful Rocki and I love the quote on her shop banner! I can see why you are such good friends! :)

I'm off to visit her blog now too!

Jo said...

Oh Rocki,
Thank you so much for your kind writing! And comments on my blog. Newbie excitement you know!

Anonymous said...

Ok, I confess, I just couldn't go off to bed without visiting your blog first. Jo sounds like a delightful person and knowing you I'm sure she's a rare gem in this world. You're wonderful for lending a hand and I would expect nothing less of my darling Sis! I'm off to visit her shop and blog. hugs♥


hi Rocki... could you please look at my todays post and share with your friends... this family needs our help
all our love
mona & the girls