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A sense of wellbeing

That's what you folks bring to me.  I love the road we're on and I love that I get to live this one life with all of you.  You are all so special to me and I want you to know we here at Sis Boom will always leave a chair open for when you stop by!!!  You may have to rub customer services belly but you already knew that!!!!!  Thanks for your oodles of sweet comments.  A raffle is up next so don't touch that dial.  xoxoxo

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18 Responses to “A sense of wellbeing”

  1. And what a gorgeous chair it is, too! I’d be happy to rub customer service’s belly any time.

  2. eileensideways says:

    gorgeous fabric, it inspires me.

  3. Somer says:

    I love that chair. Thanksfor saving it for me.

  4. Carla says:

    I am so blessed to have you in my life, Jennifer…I say it every day (and so does Louie)!

  5. Hi Jennifer. I’ve been using so much of your fabric lately. I’m wanting spring to be here already! And your fabric is so springy to me. (Pink does call me all year long though!) I have so many questions for you about fabric designing. Sometime I wish I could just sit down and talk to you . . . Take care! Thanks for all the inspiring posts.

  6. Stefanie says:

    I would love to have a seat in your loevly chair!

  7. Suzanne says:

    Beautiful fabric. I love the green and blue “together.” I cannot wait for spring!

  8. erika says:

    And what a beautiful chair…Now if you could manage hot cocoa for this Southern girl:)

  9. Allie says:

    I could sit in that chair for days! Customer Service is so cute, I wouldn’t have a problem rubbing his belly, lol!

  10. Petra says:

    Your pictures always blow me away! BEAUTIFUL chairs AND sofa! Keep these pictures coming, they’re always a feast for my weary eyes!! :)

  11. susan says:

    I wish I lived closer because I would come visit and plop right down in that chair! I’ve been busy busy with your fabrics lately – I’ll send you an email w/ some pics when I’m done.

  12. Bobbie Lynn says:

    Thank for being a wonderful blog friend and I too wish I lived closer. That chair is beautiful.
    All the best to you and your family. : )

  13. Love that chair! I love coming here to visit. It’s so full of beautiful things. See i have two boys who make it so I can’t really have pretty stuff in the house until they are WAYYYYY older. Nice to come here and dream of the possiblities!

  14. Tabitha O. says:

    Relaxing in the chair now….what a lovely post!

  15. Okay Jennifer. I can’t find an e-mail address for you, so I’ll leave you mine: mstramel@st-tel.net
    I started a little business called Lilac Lane and went to one craft show and thought this is not for me. So I came home, called all the crafty, creative people I know, and ended up opening a store called Creations Gallery. That consumed my life so much the past two years, that I’ve barely had time to take care of my family. (They’re only little for so long, you know.) So I’ve backed off of it, although it’s still here.
    I’ve become a designer for Moda Bake Shop and Sew, Mama, Sew and U Create. (Don’t have my tutorials done for the second two yet.) A year ago, I didn’t know what a blog was, and now I have one which is somewhat thriving. I’ve found you and Heather Bailey and Tanya Whelan and Anna Marie. You four have really changed my sewing. Now so much the technique, but I now know what’s out there and what I was missing out on. We live in a very small, very traditional town, so I get all of you by online ordering. Whoo!
    Anyway, all of this is to say, that in my heart I have always been a creator, but more than anything I want to design fabric. But I don’t know what you DO. Do you draw it out and then scan it into a program for all the different colors? Or do you paint it first? I know what I want to do. I know I CAN do it. I’m just not sure of all the hows.
    By the way, I am a pharmacist. We, as a profession, make very good money. However, I was somewhat forced into the profession by my parents and haven’t practiced much in six years. It is fine for some, just not for me! In college, I wanted to switch to education or poetry writing. I even took independent study for that. But I’m telling you this so you don’t think I’m in it for the money. It’s just something I need to do . . .
    I sound crazy, so I’ll just let you read this. Hope you’re having a good day!

  16. jenny fish says:

    You and your fabric designs are my sense of well being! Love the love you are spreading girl! Gorgeous chair. Makes me want to dig that fabric out of my stash!

  17. Sarah says:

    You really do make the prettiest fabrics. I’ve just seen the wonderful ones you sent Margarite. What a kind lady you are!
    I enjoyed using your fabrics for Victoria’s charity quilt a while back. I have seen a few of your fabrics for sale in NZ so will be able to purchase a few for myself. Right, I offf to have a wander through your blog. Keep up the good work!

  18. Courtney says:

    I’d love to sit and daydream in this chair.

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