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Beads in the Etsy Store




It was quite the busy weekend, so I didn't get to make any new beads. Made some today for the Bead Cruise giveaway goodie bag, an order I got in over the weekend from someone in Pittsburgh, my mom's birthday bracelet to match the earrings I gave her, and the etsy store. But meanwhile, there's still some pretty beadies waiting for new homes in the SueBeads etsy store! Take a look! Also, answer my poll at the right if you have a chance!

My son had his 2nd Degree Black Belt (e-dan) test this weekend (which I think he nailed!), the kids had a zoo class and polar bear lecture, and we went to dinner and had friends over on Saturday night. My son also had his People to People Student Ambassador interview (where he was accepted!) for his summer trip to England and France! He's so proud of himself. In addition, he has the lead role in his class holiday play this year. It's a modern version of A Christmas Carol and he plays the Scrooge character! To top it all off, he got on the high honor roll at school!

Comments

peacockfairy said…
Wow! Good job to your son!!! He has accomplished a lot!
Anonymous said…
beautiful beads!
good for son, he is very accomplished, you must be very proud
You are one busy mom! That's a lot going on for one weekend. Congrats to your son. That sounds incredible! You must be a very proud parent right now. :)
Katie said…
What a busy weekend! a friend of mine at work has a daughter who just got accepted to People to People, too! Sounds SO neat!
mairedodd said…
busy weekend - understatement! but filled with good things so that helps... congrats to your son for his accomplishments and to your family for the support you provide... my daughter has the study abroad bug right now too! :0) the beads are gorgeous!
Sharon said…
Greta weekend with lots of accomplishments-congrats to you and your son!
stregata said…
Congrats, wow, you are really a busy bee! Beautiful beads, as always, Sue!
Erin Siegel said…
Congrats to your Son! Quite accomplished! Gorgeous beads as always!

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