Saturday, October 1, 2011

My biggest fan...

If you are looking for my Bead Soup Reveal Post click HERE
Sometimes when you least expect it someone surprises you with their thoughtfulness.
This someone happened to be my husband John.
He came home with this a little while ago and I was stunned. 

He had a piece of marble water jetted  for me- this is my company name.
I am always amazed when he thinks about me and supports my efforts in such unique ways. 
I guess that is why we are still married after 35 years. 
So sweet. 
He also brought home two types of tile for me to photograph with. 
They are truly something I have never seen.
One is a marble with deep ridges carved horizontally across the tiles in neutral white and grey tones.
The second is mosaic sheets of a variety of sized semi transparent glass bubbles.
These are leftovers from projects that have been finished downtown. 
You will very soon be seeing pictures of my work on these tiles. 
I love these little gifts of thoughtfulness
and my husband too. 
Short today, I am going to go spend some time with my little family.
Have a great weekend.


  1. it is always a little sweeter when the guys "get it"...very thoughtful and loving gift from your husband :-)

  2. Oh Heather, your marble sign is just wonderful...what a thoughtful husband!! Great taste, too! The tile sound intriguing..can't wait to see them!

  3. Heather, I love you. I mean that.

    I do *not* love the white letters on the pale grey is so super eye straining that I am leaving this comment in spite of the fact that I have no idea what your post was actually about.

    I like reading what you have to say, so I hope I haven't offended you.

    Much love,

  4. Wow, wow, WOW! MARBLE! Not wood - MARBLE. That's amazing, and lovely, and a wonderful gift.

  5. Ah Heather, that is so terrific to hear how sweet and attentive your husband is to you.

  6. Your husband is a keeper. And so is his wife.

    What a wonderful and thoughtful gift.


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