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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Lessons While Watching My Horses

 I just love it when God uses my animals to get my attention. Our horses are smarty britches. We keep the water hose hung over the side of the fence by their water. They refuse to leave it there. Instead they pick it up with their mouth and toss it back over the fence.

 Don't we do something similar. God offers us living water. Life and nourishment for our spirit. Instead of drinking from His endless supply daily. We toss it back over our fence as if to say I don't have time for you now God. Let me do it my way. When all the while He wants to provide us with His love that refreshes. 

To often we refuse and stay dehydrated, stressed, depressed and miserable, when all we have to do is let Him flow over our fence. Just thinking..



*I typed this up on my Facebook status a few years ago.*

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Photos with my Dog Bama

I took these pictures several months ago.  I love my sweet dog Bama, and thank God for Him often!








New Beads

 
 Colorful Frosted Glass Beads. Size: 10mm. $3.00 per strand. 
These beads are almost sold out, but I will have more in stock in two to four weeks. 

 The color of these beads are some of my favorites. I call them Candy Colored Glass beads. 
They are 10mm in size and $3.00 a strand. I still have some strands in stock, and will order more soon. 

 
Most of these strands are sold out, the strands that were not sold out I mixed together to make a color mix of beads. They are 8mm in size and are $2.50 per set. 

Here are some video's that I took when I received these beads in the mail a few weeks ago.

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Beads can be ordered on my Instagram account @MardiRobynSupplies or on my website www.MardiRobyn.com

Saturday, July 29, 2017

My YouTube Channel



I have a YouTube Channel. I created it last year and uploaded a few videos.  
After I uploaded those few videos, I did not upload anymore until this week.
I am still learning how to film videos and work my way around having my own YouTube channel. 
I have not begun to learn how to edit my videos yet.

I do not have my own YouTube channel URL yet, because YouTube requires you to have at least 100 subscribers before you can have your own YouTube channel URL. 

If you would like to view my videos and become a subscriber search for TheMardiRobyn on YouTube or click here to go directly to my channel. 

Feel free to comment on videos, I will reply!


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Happy Customers Photos

I enjoy it when my customers send me pictures of their order they purchased and received from my shop.  I also enjoy it when customers send me pictures of jewelry they designed and created using beads and charms from my shop! Thank y'all for sharing your designs with me, and your order photo's and bringing a smile to my heart.

 

This customer created this lovely bracelet using beads she bought from my shop.


This customer made this beautiful bracelet stack using red and white beads, and rose beads she bought from my shop!

 
This customer made this beautiful bracelet set using an anchor and rose charm she bought from my shop. 

 

Happy Customer Order! Thank you! 

 
Happy Customer Order! Thank you! 



 
Happy Customer Order! Thank you! 



 
Happy Customer Order! Thank you! 



 
Happy Customer Order! Thank you! 


Thursday, July 13, 2017

My Sweet Shiloh

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The day we brought Shiloh home was an exciting day for me.  Let me back up, the day we got him loaded into the horse trailer was an exciting day for me as well. He does not like horse trailers. The 4-5 hours it took to get him to Alabama the day we left Mississippi for our new home in Alabama, Shiloh road in the horse trailer like he had been doing it all his life. I am so proud of him. 

When the gate to the horse trailer was opened so he could go into the pasture, his new home, he walked out of there like a pro. 

Welcome home my Shiloh! I thank Jesus we brought you here.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Strawberry Festival in Castleberry Alabama


In April of this year I did my first Strawberry Festival in Castleberry, Alabama. What I mean by that is I set up a booth with my handmade jewelry, accessories, and some DIY Supplies.  The people in charge of the festival painted strawberries on the road. I think they were cute. 

 This is me waiting to get into the festival to set up my booth. We had to wait for almost an hour because another vendor was blocking the road while setting up their booth instead of pulling over to the side.  There was a long line of other vendors waiting to get to their spot. I am sure they were as nervous and anxious as I was watching the clock. All of the booths had to be set up by 8am and it was after 7am.  


That Saturday was a hot day! 


My booth! We set it up with time to spare because the gate opened at 8am! Thank you Jesus!!



Instead of using business cards I decided to make one big business card and put it in a picture frame. I read the idea online. It was a good idea, but next time I do a festival I will be sure to have business cards on hand. 


This was my necklace display. My Daddy found and bought it at a store, the store was going to throw it away.  Mama covered it with paper. It had hooks, but I decided it needed more, so I added some thumb tacks for extra hooks for my necklaces. 

I had a container field with $5.00 Surprise bags.  They did not go over well because they were not displayed in a good spot, but that is okay. Lesson learned for next time. 









I like how my booth looked.  This was the second festival I have done. In my opinion the look of my booth was a big improvement over what it looked liked when I did my first festival in Mississippi in 2010.   I see a lot of room for improvement, and I have a lot of ideas.  For example instead of using blue computer paper to make the signs, cutting the edges with decorative scissors and using a maker to write on the paper,  next time I want to go for a more professional look and print my signs off on the computer and laminate them for sturdiness and to be able to use over again. 

 My brother-in-law Rick, sister Kristi and I shared a booth. The woodwork belongs to my brother-in-law. He is amazing at woodwork.

My display for beads!

I decided to add a basket of charms in the props suitcase that was displaying my beads. 

 It was a hot Saturday!

 The stage in the background was where the music entertainment sang. 

 I had to take a few breaks during the day. This was my first time being in big crowds since my brain injury, I had a few panic attacks and a few seizures.  This picture I took in the truck. My house was not far from the festival so my Mama and I left to go get my dog Bama, while my Daddy, Sister, and Brother-in-law watched our booth.  

 Thirsty puppy! 

 Bama was happy to be with me. This was his first festival.

 Hey!! 

My sister Kristi and I.  

 Sweet Bama! 

 I love my dog Bama! 





Handsome Bama!  I was glad to have him with me. 

I enjoyed it. I had fun.  Festivals would not be complete without concession stands. I ate chicken on a stick, nacho and cheese and a cherry snow cone from the Kona Ice Truck. Yum!

We were suppose to stay until 5:00pm but, I had a major seizure and we had to take down my booth and leave early, but that is okay.  I am proud of myself for being able to do it. I had fun.  I had been wanting to do a festival since I wrecked in 2012 but was not able to until this April. Thank you Jesus for the opportunity! 





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