First of all, THANKS for all your amazing votes, comments and advice on my “Paper Crafting with Lisa Bearnson” logo. It really meant the world that almost 200 of you took the time to answer my question.
I had such a HARD time choosing but after much thought and deliberation … and because the majority of you chose option two and HSN loves this logo, this is the one we chose. (On the samples below, Kerri just played around with the colors and also added another little dimension on the last one just for fun.) We will probably change the colors from time to time.
I’m getting excited for my HSN shows on May 14th (2:00 p.m. EST and 6:00 p.m. EST) and 15th (9:00 a.m. EST). Over the next two weeks, I’ll regularly be revealing new products that I’ll be featuring on my shows.
Here is one of the items and just look at this amazing box of happiness:
I simply adore brads and love the fresh colors, different shapes and sizes, and organizational box this kit has to offer. A girl just can’t have enough brads!
And–just look what you can do with them!
Now on to my busy weekend. Our family foundation sponsored a 5K, half marathon and kid’s fun run early Saturday morning at Thanksgiving Point on behalf of the amazing children’s museum that’s currently being built. Here are the member’s of our family who ran the race:
From left to right: Melissa (nephew’s girlfriend), Bryant (nephew), Stefyn (stepdaughter), Michal (niece), Taylor (daughter-in-law), me, Collin (son) and Kade (son).
Here’s to girl power!
Kade, Collin and Taylor all ran the half marathon. While he loved the course, Collin (who hates to run) wrote on Instagram “Guys–half marathons are the worst.” He completed the race in stellar time but he probably pushed himself too hard. My advice to him? Maybe next time he should train for it??
My print out told me I was the overall winner for the half marathon! I had to let them know I’d ran the 5K, not the half!!! Thanks to the several thousand people who showed up with their running shoes on! Come join us next year. The half marathon goes right through the beautiful tulip gardens. And–we’re thinking of adding a 10K next year.
The best part of the race was having the Boston Strong symbol on the arm of my shirt.
We all had a moment of silence before the race which set an amazing momentum for all who ran. A great reminder for me to be “Boston Strong” and do all I can to promote peace on earth.
Rounding out our weekend was this amazing lady’s birthday and we celebrated with a family dinner last night. I simply have a wonderful mother-in-law. Rhea Bearnson is kind, easy to talk to and always full of fun. Like this moment last night when Steve had her smell the whipped cream on her strawberry shortcake-. He then took the opportunity to push it in her face! We all had a good laugh.
Have a great first of the the week.
Talk to you tomorrow!