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June 16, 2010


Issy Finlay

Dearest Kerri!
The fact that your blog is called Serendipity was what drew me to it and also the fact that you are the most awesome Scrapbooker, particularly with the Silhouette.The wonderful way that you can convey instructions and information in a clear and easily understandable method is truly a gift. I'm sure that I speak for many Sil fans, but I miss you on the Silhouette blog. Not meaning to take anything away from the current blog writer, whom I'm sure is lovely, your wonderful instructive gift was sorely missed in this week's Monday Cafe - I'm still trying to figure out the blog writer's instructions! However, I'm sure that with Your gift of conveying instruction and teaching so passionately, serendipity will bring a new and exciting turn in your career... perhaps a regular web show with another company or some such opportunity...Kerri, someone out there will realise what a strength and asset you will be for them. I wish you love and luck. Keep doing it!

Kerri Bradford

Thank you so much for your kind words. They are greatly appreciated. I have some pretty fun ideas rolling around in my brain. I love this industry. I love putting stories with photos. It's all about maintaining those memories, no matter what your method. It's good stuff for sure.

Have a wonderful day! :)

Nicole Howell

Thank you so much for this post. I especially love the part that talks about how if we are good and kind people it will come back to us, and to remember that even when life is not so rosie. I am a young professional and it has been a very hard year. That message that life will get better resonates with me.

Anne-Liesse Ankeny

Thanks so much for your reminder to search for delight in things that are unexpected. So many times those situations are greeted with a negative attitude. I agree with you that the universe does take care of people--in good ways and in not so good ways--and that treating others the way you'd desire to be treated is a great practice. Keep those rosy shades on...

Tracy Dayett

Thank you for the smile!

Kathy H

What a great story, Kerri! How fabulous of the restaurant manager to bless your neighbor so overwhelmingly. I believe God is the One who blesses like that, He is the One who moves in the hearts of people to act so generously and unselfishly. You know, in the midst of all this world turmoil, it is just so wonderful to come on here and read something so positive and uplifting and that is what I MISS on the Sil blog-your sense of humor, great stories and just that overall sense of warmth. Even though most of us have never met you irl, you have a way of making us feel like we're your inner circle of gal pals.

Kelly Rodgers

What a wonderful reminder that a little kindness can go a very long way!!
You are beautiful Kerri - inside & out xxx

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