Wednesday, October 15, 2008

karma schmarma?

I wish I had a mud room that looked like this. But I don't. However, I am buying some fun shaped pumpkins for our front porch.

I'm not a superstitious person. I don't cross my fingers, knock on wood or throw salt. I just don't think life works that way. And I don't like the word karma. I truly believe that what goes around comes around. What you put out, you get back. But I don't like to label it karma. Simply because to me, it makes one of my fundamental beliefs sound like superstition. I mean no disrespect to Buddhism, I'm just not buddhist.

Call it what you like, I've had a little of it going on. I recently won two, count them, two, really great give aways on other people's blogs!

I won an apron ( you all know how much I love aprons) from Apron Strings Aflutter and I won this fabulous little stash from French Poppy. Take a minute and click on over to these blogs. They are great.


Don't forget, you still have today to leave a comment on the previous post to win the Audrey Eclectic print! Also, make sure you stop by on Friday. I am bursting at the seems to feature Friday's giveaway!

7 comments:

Heidi (The first Sister) said...

Those pumpkins are so dang cute! I am headed to Salem, I think I will add "cute pumpkins" to my shopping list!

Amyesq said...

Those pumpkins are SO cute. You will be amused to know I will be decoupaging pumpkins after my visit to you on Fri.

Amy Sutter said...

Thanks for entering the Drawing on Aged Vintage Papier! Love the fabulous pumpkin photo!
Blessings,
Amy

Jen r. said...

Those pumpkins are great! Congrats on your wins. Good stuff!

Lynn said...

So happy to find your blog this morning, and having seen the pumpkins in that mud room I have to paint mine now :)

Sherry said...

Nice wins!!! And I don't care for "labels" either - it is what it is and that's "enough". I'm quite often all about "enough". Odd shaped pumpkins...I think I'm going to get some of those too -- put a shout out for unique and unusual...just like the people who make up our world!

Kelly said...

Oh those fabulous pumpkins are making my pathetic little two on my porch seem pathetic! Love the nun on a bike too! Very pretty blog-- just found you... hope your trip is wonderful.. you couldn't be coming back with anything more wonderful...blessings to you and your new family member