Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Some Friends are Like Angels

Blogging continues to give back and women that you never met find their way into your lives and hearts.Julie from Prairie Thistle, has been an amazing friend this week. She reached out across the miles and gave me a long distance hug and some much needed advice. This is someone I admire on so many levels, that I am honored to know her. She is having a giveaway this week in honor of me and another person who saved me this week, Lee. I don't know what I ever did to deserve such wonderful women in my life.
Please head over and try to win this amazing piece of jewelry that Julie made. Thank her for me again for being a very giving and and thoughtful person. Julie, you made my day in every way!!! Hugs to you.

17 comments:

Rainy said...

Hi Tammy, I'm coming over to you via Prairie Thistle. I hope this helps turn that frown upside down. I've always wanted to say that so couldn't resist. Hoping your coming Holiday season brings you much joy and happiness!

Lori said...

Tammy, i came over via Julie's post too...are you sad because Lee is moving? if that is why, i know just how you feel...i have many times over had my best friend move out of state...it gets easier...hugs to you...if it is something else, i hope that everything works out for you for the best:)

she dreams big! said...

Whatever is troubling you, please know that there are more than one blogger wishing only the best for you and your family! You are so lucky to have friends that you can really trust and know they are only thinking of you! If you can accept a new blogging friend, please know I am sending you a big hug! Have 'lurked' at your lovely blog for some time and am glad I finally commented. Sending you best wishes! uffda_68787@yahoo.com

Karen said...

Extra hugs are headed your way! I found you from both Julie and Lee. Lucky gal to have such great friends!

Laurie said...

Bloggers are wonderful, aren't they? Stay strong.

Linda K. said...

Came to visit through 'Prairie Thistle. Hope this little note finds you well and if I may give you a little hug. Take care and find the little things in life to be most rewarding.

Many Blessings,
Linda

The Feathered Nest said...

Can you believe the absolute sweetness of Julie?? This is why I adore blogging...lifting up others, sharing and caring for precious friends! I hope you are feeling better Tammy, you are truly loved!!! I hope the movie was amazing too...xxoo, Dawn

LouLou@thelifeofloulou.blogspot.com said...

What a great story of friendship. I met my best friend through blogging when we were both adopting our daughters from Guatemala. Blogging has blessed me with the best friend I could EVER hope for and so many wonderful women that I can now call my friends.

Marietta said...

Prayers and best wishes for much happiness waiting for you....

WendyKV said...

I'm visiting your wonderful blog for the first time and think I'd like to come back and see you every day. Is that okay? Happy Thanksgiving. xox

Deb said...

Wonderful post about the power our "little blogs" have and the friendships formed!

SuZeQ said...

Keep the faith!

Cindy said...

Hi Tammy
I came over by way of Julie's blog...even when we're going through hard times, our blog friends are there for us!!! Julie seems so wonderful and I'm glad you have friends like her to lean on. It sounds like you are having a lot of fun though - by reading your latest post - the event you just attended looked like a blast!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I read about this and just had to come by and say I hope things improve for you and you have the best of holidays!
I hope you'll visit me, too! Hugs to YOU!

http://lavenderdreamstoo.blogspot.com/

Brenda said...

Julie sent me too---Sending LOVE from Tennessee...hope things have gotten sweeter for you. I'll have to watch your blog, you seem like a really busy girl and you live within driving distance!!! Maybe we can go to lunch next time I am in Atlanta!
Hugs,
Brenda Bliss

Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Tammy, I'm a Julie fan as well. She seems to know exactly when to reach out and give you a little gem of encouragement. So here's one for you, a big hug across the states. I hope things get back to normal for you soon. Happy holidays, from a blogging friend.

Pattyjo said...

The holidays can be a sad time for many people. I hope you will have a nice Christmas and a Great New Year.
Hang in there!
Pattyjo