Mother's Day, Loss of Mom, Loss of Child

Know someone who will be missing their mom or child this Mother’s Day?


Show them that you understand… My Mom passed away in 2017. She really was a special lady, known for her fun, crazy and very giving personality. Our family’s grief was and is overwhelming. My Mom was the foundation of the family. She kept all the family traditions going, still baked for everyone (even the neighbors), got us all excited about…

Looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift?


Create the perfect Word Blanket for your Mom! Here are 8 ideas for you! For those lucky enough to have amazing mothers, Mother’s Day is a great day to recognize what they mean to your life. Unfortunately, I lost my Mom in 2017 but there isn’t a day that goes by without thinking about her and feeling grateful for the…

choosing what you want to do

Are you CHOOSING what you do every day?


Most of the time we have ourselves convinced that we can’t. But what if we can? I began this year with that goal in mind. There is a couple of times a year that I tend to evaluate my progress – on my birthday and as the new year begins. My birthday is in December, so you can imagine I…

Affordable Personalized Gifts

Are you looking for an affordable, personalized gift idea?


Time to bake some cookies! It may sound old fashioned, but who doesn’t love cookies!  And who gets around to baking for themselves?  Whoever gets real, homemade cookies? There are so many options when you make personalized cookies.  You can bake them for a pretty low cost and still make them totally personal! decorate them with the recipient’s name/initials Add…

stories behind our personalized blankets

What message do you want to give a friend of 20 years that is moving away?


Sharing the Stories Behind our personalized blankets This is a story behind one of our personalized throw blankets.  A gift from one friend to another; both wives of police officers. When creating a gift for a friend that was moving away, Laurie combined the perfect words, and a message to her friend that she is never alone… Laurie writes “I…