Thursday, April 26, 2012


I miss her.

Bulky and thick are the roots of 16 years.  The time before has been entangled and twisted by the deep, grainy life vessels that have since grown beneath my tree of life.

Transporting nutrients to my now:  my past.

I miss her.

She was sick.  Sick and all of a sudden.  The story of her life leaving was told furiously and fleeting.  As if smacked up side the head with her last chapter only to realize it was the Ciff Notes version, my family had only mere moments to prepare.

My transit time to her was psychotic chaos.  One where crying was deep and then denial was deeper.  In the middle of the pouring rain.  In the middle of the black night.  I raced to her.  Thunder claps and heavy rain pellets were mute; my mind's fury filled the elapsed time until I reached her with a volume so intense.

It's rained every year on this day for the past 16 years.

Finally, my time to be with my mom had come.  With florescent lights and slick sequential squares for a floor, I scurried to her bedside in ICU.  My eyes met a woman I had never seen before.

Mom was full of life.  Vivacious in a simple way if you ask me.  Manicured and tone, her natural beauty was undeniable.  Her dark brown hair usually stopping a little above her shoulders framed a face where the prettiest green eyes lived. Her teeth were perfect to say the least.  The most natural pearled white with all edges turned just the way they should be both top and bottom.  Her happy was in her wrinkles though.  The inevitable inheritance of crow's feet did nothing but validate her depth of smile.

I reached down to smell her first.  I touched her second.  My mom's smell was where Meghan was.  Right underneath her ear lobe and a little before her jaw line.  My nose still knows the place.  My eyes looked past the body limp with a head half shaved and large tubes drilled directly into her scalp.  I needed not to be observant of the hospital gown half off her shoulder and the tape streak remnants left on her face from the presence of her lifeline known now as a ventilator.  I needed my mom.  I needed her smell.  I knew the place.

Anger and sadness are dreadful when laced with disbelief.  Immediacy takes on an even more amped up version of now and compels you to that desperate place where you will do anything for supernatural powers to make it all right again. I had real feelings that I could make her right again.  These feelings only magnified the horrendously crushing fall that was to come in six more hours.

Mom was brain dead.  Two massive aneurysms to the center of her brain had done irreparable damage. The location of the aneurysms deemed them inoperable and my dad was given the option to try experimental drugs or take her off life support.  This offer was given to him roughly 16 hours after my mom's first aneurysm {unknown to anyone} that occurred at my younger brother's soccer game.

Like living out a nightmare, our family's infrastructure was crumbling and all we were left with was what to do with these out-of-no-where empty pieces.

My dad's heart was stolen.  I watched as the thief of death ripped it from his chest right before my very eyes. At 15 years old, my little brother physically shut down from incomprehensible shock followed by massive grief.

And, me?

I just wanted to fix it.  Fix it all.

I couldn't sit still and I don't know if it was from anger, disbelief or my stubbornness in accepting mom's life was ending.

Tight chested and clammy was the rest of my April 26, 1996.  The nauseous reality seeped into my soul and it sickened my heart even more.

The chain of events to follow that day were none I care to remember.  Countless phone calls and hospital guests were tended to.  Looking back, I see the massive support and love, but in the moment and to be brutally honest, it just seemed as another reminder that her time here with us was over.  I'll never forget the first person that spoke of mom using past tense.  It was if their hand blatantly smacked me across the face full on.  And, my reaction was to correct them curt-like and instantaneous.  But, then my now told me to hush and that their verb tense transition was my new way of life.  She was.
16 years today.  At ten after five eastern standard time, she will have been gone.
Bulky and thick are the roots.  

I remember my last time to tell her goodbye in a physical sense.  It was important for me to rub her body from tip to toe.  I can remember her smoothness and color.  Her legs were muscly and long.  She was beautiful even in death.  The urgency in my chest to rescue her and take her with me even if it meant making a fool of myself was intense.  My crying surges found anger and release on her body left behind.  I wept on her.  I told her how proud I was to be her daughter.  I whispered to her how much I loved her and that I would always do my best to make her proud.  I thanked her for her joy in my life and for all that she had taught me and for all that she had done.  And, I even begged her.  I begged her to spring up from that bed and come alive.  Come alive for me. For me.  Selfishness is so sincere and urgent in death.

And then, I found Meghan.  Right underneath her ear lobe and a little before her jaw line.  I sunk myself there.  Placing all my weight and life into that spot.  I asked her to hold me close, and she did.  Still and serene, I loved on my mom with all that I had in me.  I inhaled every last of her that I could, time and again.  I kissed her over and over.  I held her hand.

I miss her.

Bulky and thick are the roots. 
Transporting nutrients to my now:  my past.

 Right underneath the ear lobe and a little before the jaw line.
 I know the place.
I find Meghan there.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012


It never fails.

My boys' creativity is spot on.  

In & about my everydays of home-and-work-all-under-one roof,  I find it.  Brilliantly, it appears in the most metaphoric of times.
armored and ready.
hanging on by one.

Anyone else ever feel this way?

If so, may we all be reminded that Levolor is a stellar brand in blinds.  Strong and durable mind you.

But, what's most profound to me is the Clone Trooper's gaze.

He's looking up.

Thanks boys.  Your mama needed this reminder.

.mac :)

{week 37}

Monday, April 23, 2012


The boys are rapidly growing in their independence.  At a freshly turned 5 and 7 years old respectively, bathing, snack & drink seeking/rummaging and outfit selections have fallen into the category of monitor in my mother world.  They do.  They get.  They make it happen with a minimal amount of spills and mismatched socks in between.

And, one of the privileges they have received with this new found independence is hands-on camera time.  I am trying to encourage them to be cognizant observers of life.  Little things and big.  I want them to be individuals who find beauty and art and as Eli would say, "Dude, that is sick {Mom, that means it's good.}"  kinda things around them.

Of course, that means that there are lots of silly pictures of grass and bugs and dirt.  There's photo shoots of bike tricks in medias res all blurry and distant too.

But, then there are pictures like the one you see above.  Allow me to explain.

Casey, finished with his math computer time, wandered out onto the back porch to reenact the latest episode of the Duke boys while Eli and I continued on with his individual reading time.  These are the times that I cherish our decision to homeschool.  Eli and I chose to pile up on the couch and snuggle while he read.  This is one of our favorite ways to read with a close second being the front porch on sunny afternoons or under covers during rainstorms.

I had our back porch double doors open as the spring breeze and sweet sunshine kept knocking.  And, well, what good hostess wouldn't invite them in?  Sounds of Casey's car squealing and "Luke, what do you think we should do about Roscoe" impersonations were intimate & close which made it even more reassuring in my Eli reading nestle time.

He is currently reading The Dragon in the Sock Drawer by Kate Klimo and Spiderwick Chronicles Lucinda's Secret by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black.  He reads and I listen.  We both discuss and wonder.  He reads a little of both each day.  Today's 1st choice was to see what would happen with Emmy the Dragon and if, in fact, Dr. St. George would really slay and drink her blood.  The book was getting so good.

I love this time with each of my boys so.  It is precious.  I listen to each decode & uncover, increase in fluency, laugh at silly happenings and become mystified at unique twists their books take.  I do this all while soaking in the sweet smell of their hair {unbeknownst to them} and rubbing their little fingers {dirt lodged under fingernails and all}.

This is how we read.

And, in this peaceful afternoon of home, Casey spotted something.  He came in through the open back doors to grab another car.  But, just before skedaddling out, he decided this image was one worth observing.  Cognizant and careful with mama's camera, he collected the above memory from his eyes.  So enticed in the book, Eli and I didn't even notice his decision to snap until we heard the click.


I am.  
{in Eli's story telling}
{with Casey's observant eyes}
{in their growing independence}
{with my place in it all}

.mac :)

{week 38}

Sunday, April 22, 2012

The Lender & The Lucky

Little brother don't you know just how very lucky you are?  He takes care of you in so many ways.  He is, time and again, your guardian angel.  Reminding you of responsibilities; reassuring you most often; loving you always.

To quote your big brother, "Mom, I don't know what I'd do if there was no Casey in my life.  He makes everything fun to do.  Without him, life would be pretty boring."

A lending spirit and a lucky little one.

Your mama dreams that together you'll always have a life that is anything but boring.

.mac :)

{week 39}

Friday, April 13, 2012

A Debute of Gifts: Mother's Day 2012

Mother's Day means a lot to me.   It's a day I have written about here remembering her.  And, it's a day I've written about here in my own walk as a mom.  It's a bittersweet kind of day to me. On this day, it never fails. I somehow pinky wrap my mind around Mom's memory.  Curled and tucked, I move through the day reminded of her strengths and daydreaming of what she would think about my boys.  Even more, what she would think about her daughter as mom. And, with certainty the pinky on my other hand squeezes even tighter to the nowness of Eli & Casey face.

My mom was a great gift giver.  She had a knack for giving gifts that were the perfect suit for a person. She was sentimental yet practical.  She had an outstanding eye for special items that would transcend style or popularity.  I have made it a goal of mine to do just the same in my gift giving.  One of my favorite gifts we gave my Dad-daddy for Father's Day one year when I was little was none other than my Mom's idea.  She bought a handmade cookie jar made of out pottery at a craft fair.  Then, she had all of our family to sign the back of the jar.  It still sits in my grandfather's kitchen to this very day. And yes, it is still full of his favorite store bought cookies.

With k.Mac's Debute of Gifts for Mother's Day, it is my hope that I have honored my mom with just a bit of her sentimental heart in my custom designs.

I am most excited about this gift design.  Meet k.Mac's Silhouette.  This is an 8 x 10 framed orignal artwork by k.Mac.  Each frame choice is a vintage black theme.  I have already had one order placed by a local client just upon seeing it in my studio.
This custom gift order comes complete with all that you see above.  It is a hand pieced silhouette of your choice image atop an oatmeal toned linen grained background.  You may boast your family's last name and a special Bible verse, just your family's last name, or even the term of endearment for your mother. It comes in your choice of frames noted below and will be wire strung and ready for hanging.  I adore the cross, but wanted to offer other silhouette choices as well.

I loved this horse.  

The house is a perfect symbol of family too.

And, the star is so classic and strong.

Perhaps my favorite is the back.  Each member of your family is to sign it with words only your mom will cherish most.  This photo does not yet have the back facets and wire hanger, but the finished product will.  This gift is also great for group giving where members of the family all pitch in to give a gift in unity.

I do have limited quantities in frame styles available, and I will run on first-come-first serve availability. The first choice in framing is the cuffed style frame.

The other choice in framing is the shaker style frame.

Next up is this beauty.  k.Mac's Monogrammed Fabric Corsage!  I am so immersed in these sweetie pies.  I feel like a little girl wishing I had "Days of the Week Underwear" only instead of underwear it be monogrammed fabric corsages!

I think this next advertisement says it all...

The back comes complete with pin, BUT THAT'S NOT ALL!  Upon request, I will adhere a hair clip to the back for those mamas out there who want to use it sometimes as a corsage and sometimes as a hair dolly.  Sheesh, this is fun!

Monogrammed fabric corsages are available in the following fabric collections:

{Um, yeah.  It's dark gray seersucker.  Eek!}

Next up is k.Mac's ever popular Sunshine for the Soul Pillows for the home.  All decorative pillows have FREE SHIPPING!  There are 4 designs and all of them have such an eclectic spin.

The Fifty would be perfect for a mom that lived far away in another state.

Lastly, k.Mac's Sunshine for the Soul candles make a wonderful gift.  These candles are $12.99 with a portion of each purchase going to the Special Olympics.  Upon purchasing any of the above designs, you may choose a scent of your choice for a discounted price of $10.99.  These candles are triple scented and burn for approximately 80 hours. {a small candle shipping fee will be added to include any candle purchase (s).} 

It's a day worthy of celebrating.  It's Mom.  And, mamas are so very good.  They are the sweet in "Home Sweet Home" if you ask me.  I hope these gift ideas offered are ones unique and special.  Purchase one or work together as a family to give her a k.Mac bundle.  It is my wish that each Mom out there be pinky wrapped in love.  I know both my pinkies will be curled tightly on this special day.

Contact to begin your custom design session or to place your order.

Limited quantities available for k.Mac's Silhouette.

.mac :)

An Easter Celebration: A Parade of Handmade 2012

Creating is my passion.  I have no doubt that God spoiled me when he gave me this gift. And, I am ever so grateful that He reserved a special place for me on this Earth to share this passion with others. k.Mac is such joy to me.  It is everything that I hope one won't find in stores. It is my soul's song to help others find the you in their unique.  This Easter season has been wonderful in doing just that.  Without further ado, I present to you k.Mac's Parade of Handmade. 

Mollye Addison and Mallory Alaine's Easter baskets!  

I love the prints the Easter Bunny left!  My brother is carrying on the bunny print tradition from our Easter Bunny visits when we were little.  That Easter Bunny leaves prints at our house too.

Check out this niece of mine in her {mollyemade}!  Mollye's favorite color is purple.  I  made this outfit last year a size bigger so she could wear it for 2 Easter seasons.

This next  outfit will go down as one of my most outfits I have made.  Kim asked me to make Mollye an Easter basket liner in purple.

And, well, I couldn't resist making a matching outfit with the EXACT replica applique of her Easter basket on the shirt!  She has been able to wear this outfit for 2 Easter seasons as well.  Is anyone else out there BESIDE THEMSELVES that she has her EXACT Easter basket on her HER SHIRT?  Eek!

Mallory's basket was actually the inspiration behind k.Mac's Build-a-Basket Sale.

Sweet Mallory Alaine says, "Mama, my first Easter is much better when you hold me instead of my Easter basket made by Aunt Meg!" {precious}

Next up is Mr. Holton Robert Bickel.  I had the honor and privilege of making for my cousin's little mister who lives in Maryland.  

If you only knew my cousin Robb, you would know that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree!  What a cutie!

A sweet client of mine from Kentucky ordered this basket for her twin boys to share.

LOVE the red and black combo!  Also, love that they share a basket.  So sweet and brotherly.  I adore getting to see these baskets in REAL LIFE!  Here it is ready and waiting for Hunter and Mason.

  What was your favorite surprise the Easter bunny brought you?

 MASON - money for skylanders 
HUNTER - Pokemon cards   

 How many eggs did you find on an Easter egg hunt? 
both - 37

 Do you think the chocolate Easter bunny can still hear when you eat his ears? 

 um...NO..why because hes made of chocolate, Mom?!

Where does the Easter Bunny live? 

in a magical kingdom or maybe inside of an egg

Look at these cuties!!!

And, then there's a sweet little red head FULL of personality that I had the pleasure of making for...
Miss Hallie Kate's basket is too die for!  LOVED the choices her mama picked out for her!

Do you see the determination in this missy?
Game face and destined to out hunt anyone.  Her mom said that she found more Easter eggs on her hunts than most of the older children.  Fiesty and fearless....and so dang cute!

I was also honored to make a small Miss Merry Mac Pack for Hallie Kate for Easter.  

That mama of hers is a genius when it comes to selecting fabrics.  She chose "Island Time" fabric collection for HK's pack.

I love the richness and outright happy in this color palette!

And, here it is waiting on Miss HK....
SCORE!!  I think Miss Sassy Pants liked it!  Her mom says she is obsessed with her "pack pack" as that's what she calls it.  I so enjoy getting to hear the intimate inside scoop from my clients regarding their designs.

A client from Alabama hired me to work along side her to design her daughter's Easter basket.

Talk about a WOW factor!  Isn't this green and pink the best?!  I really enjoyed adding the striped ribbon against the pink swiss dot.

And, WOW factor is right!  I introduce to you Miss Sydney.  Isn't she adorable?!

Then there's Miss Emily Grace.  I had the pleasure of designing for this sweetie for both her birthday and Easter.
Yellow and pink....PERFECT!  

Emily also was a recipient of a Build-a-Bunny tee.

Just a couple weeks prior she wore this {mollyemade} outfit for her 1st birthday celebration.
Words do this outfit no justice.  Meet Emily Grace....she says it all...
{photo credit:  MHM Photography}

Emily has 2 older sisters and her mama was so sweet to include them in the party details with  {mollyemade} Hair Happies.

I especially love the coordinating approach this client took with her purchases.  She was so wise to match Emily's bunny tee with her 1st birthday pantaloons for 2 outfits out of one pair of pants.  {Clever, Mama!} this girl not the cutest EVER?~

A client of mine from Minnesota jumped right into the designing mix for her precious daughter too.  Claire worked with her mama to design her basket.  I love the colors she chose.  She was so decisive too.  Very clear that she wanted pink, green and purple!  Her mama surprised her with her very own bunny tee.
Ready for Miss Claire....

NO WAY!!!!  Claire has a REAL bunny for a pet!  THIS made my entire EASTER!!!!
Sweet Claire in her bunny tee.  What a cool mom to find a gingham flower head band to match Claire's Miss Bunny bow!

This was her mama's favorite picture of Claire.  I couldn't agree more!
Go Claire go!

What was your favorite surprise the Easter bunny brought you? 
"I love the candy he brought me."

How many eggs did you find on an Easter egg hunt? 
"On the first one I found only 1 egg...just one.  Then, I found 5 eggs at my house."   

 Do you think the Easter Bunny can still hear when you eat his ears?  
 "Yes, he sure can hear.  Because he can hear me, that's why."  

Where does the Easter Bunny live?  
"In downtown Minneapolis." 

McKenna Jane just had to have a basket too!  McKenna's mama LOVED all the color combinations to design with.  She finally settled on purple and green.  I so love purple for a little girl!
Waiting on Miss McKenna....
I LOVE THIS SHOT!  McKenna sees her basket and is in a full on sprint to get to it.....
Hands on-lock around the goods.  McKenna is ready to celebrate!
Can you say dreamy?  This little muffin is more than I can stand with those puffs!  Eek!
She truly looks like a princess to me here.
If I stare at this picture long enough, I want to climb through the screen and SNUGGLE HER!

Build-a-bunny tees were so fun to make this year!  I love that certain clients ordered a set for their kiddos.
Meet Caroline.  She is a doll.  I love her style.  Doesn't she just have a natural model look about her?  Very poised and confident.  Her mom let her design her very own Miss Bunny.  As a kindergartener, I would FLIP if my mom let me do that!  Caroline has one cool mom.
Meet Evan.  So dapper in his blue bunny tee.  Mr. Bunny has on a green dot bow tie.  I think Evan is ecstatic about that, don't you?!
Brother and sister.  Oh, how I love this picture!
This Indiana client actually did a Google search on handmade Easter baskets and stumbled upon my blog promotion.
I'm so thankful she did.  Meet Mr. Oliver...
SWOON!  The argile navy and orange is seriously adorable!
STOP IT!  This picture is too cute!
Here is what Oliver's mom had to say about her k.Mac purchase:

"Oliver loves it and was even carrying it around despite the fact that it is almost as big as he is. Haha.  Hope you continue doing them in upcoming years so we can order another when we have more kids! :)  He just turned 1 year old a few weeks ago, so this was his first year with fun easter activities.  He had so much fun finding eggs and putting them in his adorable basket.  Thanks so much!"

A very dear Florida client designed these for her kiddos for Easter.  I am pretty sure this client of mine has a super eye for color, wouldn't you agree?!
And check out these darling sweeties of hers!

Sadie says:
Her favorite surprise from the bunny was her Hop Video.
She says she found thousands of eggs. 
No!  A bunny cannot hear without ears!
The Easter bunny lives in the snow by Santa.

Dalton says:
Favorite surprise from the Easter bunny was Spiderman bath wash
He found 18 eggs.
The chocolate bunny cannot hear because it is chocolate (not “real”)
The Easter Bunny lives in Easter Town.

LoVeD their answers!  Perhaps in the snow by Santa is my favorite!

A set of sweet sisters also joined in the fun of designing their own bunny tees. {What a cool mom they have, huh?!}

I loved that she paired it with a ruffle denim skirt!  So fun!
Little sister had to strike a pose too!

1) Favorite surprise: 
Brianna - my princess dress
 Bayla - my sparkly rings
2) How many eggs did you find: 
Brianna - ALOT!
 Bayla - 2
3) Can our chocolate bunny still hear: 
Brianna - No silly! He has no ears! 
Bayla - just giggles continuously!
4) Where does he live: 
Brianna - in the park
Bayla - I dunno know!

These girls are THE best!

Mr. Jordan is up next!  I adore the blue and white stripes with the chocolate and blue argile bow handsome!
Speaking of handsome....what a cutie!
Look at those cheeks!
I think I am in love with this one!
Jordan's take on Easter...

I loved my Toy Story sippy cup with iced tea in it!

Eggs?  There were eggs?  I was headed for the swings and the slide during the egg hunt!

Is that what those big long things are on the bunny?  Ears?  Mine aren’t that big!  And if they’re that big and somebody ate them, I’m sure he can’t hear!

The Easter bunny must live behind Nanny Ann’s house ‘cause that’s where a bunch of my goodies were!

That last answer is CLASSIC!

A special Georgia client swooned at the chance to design for her darling.  She made sure her Anabelle Kate had both a bunny tee and a basket.
I love the aqua accented with pinks!

Meet Anabelle Kate and prepare to fall in love....
Is she not just precious or what?

Here she  is on Easter with her basket chock full of eggs!
I could stare at this picture forever.  It melts me.
Anabelle Kate was all set for one wonderful Easter!  Her face says it all!  Check out her answers...

What was your favorite surprise the Easter bunny brought you? 

toy horsies

How many eggs did you find on an Easter egg hunt?  

Uh, 16 i think.

Where does the Easter Bunny live?

Easter Island

Easter Island....I LOVE IT!

Next up is a brother-sister duo near and dear to my heart.  Piper Rose and Preston Mark's mama wanted something special and unique for her sweeties for Easter.  She chose "Ole Longears", an organic cotton collection, which is absolutely divine.  
Piper Rose wore this on Easter.

And, Preston Mark was all cinched up in his coordinating monogrammed tie...

Are they not the cutest kids you have ever seen?!
I adored making these outfits for them.  It makes me so happy to see k.Mac in action!
Piper and Preston's mom was so smart in her design choices too.  She added a monogrammed tie for their Daddy and a handmade fabric monogrammed corsage for her as well in her custom order.  
I cannot wait to see and share their family Easter photo with you.

This wonderful client of mine ordered Easter outfits for her 3 kiddos.  Here is what her beautiful daughter wore...
It was full length and 7 tiers of ruffles.  I wanted a replica of this skirt for myself SO BADLY!

  The handmade monogramed fabric corsage was such a brillant add-on too.

Her younger brothers wore coordinating monogrammed ties.

  Their family vacation delayed them getting the final photos to me, but here is the ensemble set together.  I'll be sure to share the final shots just as soon as I receive them. 

Here were Makayla, M.J. and Sky's answers to their Easter questions:

Favorite Thing Easter Bunny Brought Me?

Makayla: Miss Piggy
MJ: Batman Lego
Sky: Batman Lego 

Where Does The Easter Bunny Live?

All 3: Easter Island Of Course!!

Do You Think The Chocolate Bunny Can Still Hear When You Bite His Ears Off?

Makayla: Yes, Because There's Holes Left On Top Of His Head Where You've Bitten Them Off!
MJ: No, You Can't Hear Without Your Ears!
Sky: No Comment. 

How Many Eggs Did You Find?

All 3: I Don't Know, But We Found The Prize Eggs!! 

This client wanted her sweetie to be in JUST what she wanted for Easter.  For Mary-James Brooks wanted nothing but pink and purple all over her for this precious holiday.
I think it's safe to say that k.Mac's {mollyemade} came through for Mary-James, don't you think?!

My favorite addition to the {mollyemade} clothing line is the tiered ruffle skirt.  It has such pizazz and spunk.  Plus, it looks great dressed up or with a tank and flip-flops or tennies.
Mary-James wore this on Easter as her younger brother was baptized at their church.  The Whoozie hair bow was the cherry on top!
Mary-James' mom was out of town to send the actual pictures taken from that day, but she did have a quick one taken by her mom's phone to offer up.  I will be sure to share the official Mom pictures just as soon as I receive them!  Isn't Mary-James a natural in front of the camera though?!
A brother-sister duo had these designed by their mom for Easter.  Hallie and Harrison....what fun names!
Their mama was sans camera for the hunts as Hallie is just a little one...but she did have this to say about the baskets:

These baskets are kaaaaa-uuuute!! Love them!

And, the following designs should not go without recognition as well...

Loved and treasured making this reversible jumper and double tee set for sweet clients of mine for Easter.  

The orange and aqua combo in Kyle's Easter basket is brillant to me!  Very trendy yet all boy too.

sIgH.....Ruby's yellow Miss Bunny tee.  
And, what's not to love about Addison's Miss Bunny too?!

A very special thank you to each and every client who chose k.Mac for custom designing. I appreciate you allowing my hands to make for those closest to your hearts.  It was my privilege and honor to showcase the wonderful growing ones who received k.Mac for their Easter memories and traditions.  This parade of handmade is a feather in my k.Mac cap.  

Please feel free to share this blog post celebration with your family and friends.  I hope you caught a lot of cyber candy throughout this very special parade! Do leave me a comment to let me know what you enjoyed best; I would love to hear from you!  And, if you might be in need of more sweets, do check back to the k.Mac Facebook page today as well as this weekend to find some sneaky deals as well as to see the Debute of Gifts for Mother's Day.  I have a feeling you will be very excited to place some handmade orders for that special Mom of yours.


.mac :)
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