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March 04, 2012

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I just found your blog via Pinterest! Wow!!! You do such amazing artwork!!!

seeing the beautiful smile on your face, your impressive booth and the sunny day, put a smile on mine. Very inspirational!! Thanks!

Thanks for the shout-out and sweet comments... so good to meet you and I can't wait for the Workshop to make those amazing necklaces too!

Dawn... The Bohemian

You My Dear are a Wonderful Creator of Love.. I love all your designs.I found a picture of one of your bottles on Pinterest a while back.It captured my heart. I just to clicked on it again,and went to your blog...Even more Love. I pray I get to meet you in person one day.As there are few and far between mant people like you.(your spirit). You (I or anyone)can tell through the comments made in your blogs...How Real you are .To Love yourself and other enough and to be so Passionate about what you do, Radiates Love unto others. The words you spoke that truly touched me were,"It feels Great to be Content". Sadly though most can NEVER be Content...they always NEED more..God Bless you JoAnnA xoxo <3

You booth is so pretty, so so you. And you look GORGEOUS!!! I know we don't get to talk as much as we used to but I think about you all the time with great love!!! Miss yoU!
xoxozione,
Krishie

I had fun browsing this post. Thanks for sharing. Would love to see more of the chandy, I never heard of it before. Your work is stunning.

Great to see you looking so well! Your booth was beautiful and I know it was nice to have your Sister in Love keep you company and to take care of the money.
This moves seems to have been "just the ticket" for your well-being.
Deb

Everything looks so beautiful...including YOU! Must have been an awesome day. dix---

First of all you look fab-YOU-lous! And your booth looks great too. I love how your chandy is turning out. I've been wanting to make one of those for a while but haven't gotten around to it. Now that I have a studio I have somewhere to put it. I hope you will post pics when you get it finished. It's good to visit you again girl. I haven't been by for a while. Sounds like you are doing well and that is good to hear. Hugs!

What a wonderful day you had! Girl, your booth is GORGEOUS (of course!) I am loving the chandelier and can't wait to see the finished product. You look just beautiful (as always). I am glad you were able to connect with so many wonderful people. Loved seeing your student with her art :-) and meeting Karen Valentine (how awesome is that?. I am glad it was such a good day for you!

Beautiful, beautiful!

Hi JoAnnA
These news are great. You, together with your 'booth' look wonderful. I can understand why you had a joyful day. You have a nice environment as well, I mean land and peaople. I can't wait to see your completed chandy. It will be a real marvel!
Have a nice spring time.
Nanouanne

It looked like you had such a wonderful day JoAnnA...Love your lace duster! Gorgeous =))

I wish I would have known, I would have loved to attend and participate.

Love your art JoAnna! You are so talented! Thanks for your wonderful post!

It was a beautiful day, and I am sorry I could not get down to see you there. I am glad you had alot of fun, and you had some beautiful offerings. Have a wonderful week!!

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