I live in a place that is magical. A place where the Pacific Ocean and the Redwoods meet. Where nature is abundant, dirt roads still exist and it's not uncommon to see your neighbor riding a horse to check their mail.
Trees that touch the clouds. Hidden from the rest of the world. Unspoiled by man.
I live in paradise. The Emerald Triangle. The Lost Coast. Where do you live?
Dear Fabulous Charity, It's almost here...we're so excited we can hardly stand it! The Inner Mean Girl (IMG) 40-Day Cleanse officially launches tomorrow, August 25th, with our LIVE launch call with the fabulous, transformation queen, SARK (Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy), at10-11am PST / 1-2pm EST / 5-6pm GMT. If you can make the live call and haven't yet done so, please click the link below to register and receive your special call in number and UNIQUE pin:
We're throwing a Twitter Party and you're invited!
Join us for our first ever Inner Mean Girl (IMG) Party on Twitter during our launch call with SARK tomorrow. We can't think of a more engaging way for IMG participants to connect as they start to reclaim their power back from their Inner Mean Girls than having a live call and throwing a virtual party...oh and we're giving away nearly $1000 in prizes!
And if you have no idea what the heck we're talking about with all this twitter stuff...that's ok too! :)
Just simply call into the live call and be on the lookout for our first email tomorrow with links to our video on gossip and to the call recording.
See you tomorrow! WITH HEART, Christine and Amy Christine Arlyo and Amy Ahlers
your guides through the inner mean girl cleanse P.S. The Inner Mean Girl Revolution is growing leaps and bounds thanks to women like YOU. We have over 4200 women from around the world signed up for this 40-day cleanse. We'd love it if you can spread the word by sending the women in your life to join us at www.MeanGirlCleanse.com. We just added a fun video where our IMG literally falls over. How's that for symbolism?!
This was designed and hand stitched by Charity McAllister ( me )
It has also been featured on Mr. X-stitch.
It took me approximately six months to finish. It all started with a book from my local library.I was studying Eastern Indian Fiber Art and decided I needed to own one of these handmade masterpieces. Since I am a 'do-it-myself ' kind of gal, I gathered all the supplies I thought I would need and began my journey into the Eastern Indian embroidery
All the pictures on this piece are hand drawn and open to interpretation.
Do you have a copy Sew Serendipity? Have you seen it in your local library? I bought a copy and received it in the mail on Monday. All I can say is, I want to make one of everything!
The instructions are well written
The projects in the book range from easy to intermediate
Full sized patterns for every project
Worried that it won't fit? Well don't! Kay Whitt takes you step by step showing you how to customize the pattern to fit your body.