Wednesday, August 11, 2010

wildflower {wednesday}


An invisible red thread  
connects 
those who are destined to meet 
regardless of time, place or circumstance.  
The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break.
~chinese proverb~


Almost two years ago, 
we met our youngest daughter in China.

It was an experience
that changed me.

I learned a lot about faith.
And hope.
And relying on Him.

It was a journey that stretched us.
And yes, there were many tangles along the way.

But meeting this little one for the very first time,
was wonderful
and more beautiful
than I could have ever imagined.

She makes us laugh...
and smile...
every day.
She is one of our greatest blessings.
And I will never forget how grateful I am that we found each other.

So...
since it's {wednesday},
let's give away a necklace.

Just leave me a comment
telling me which of these two designs
you would choose.

Both designs include a sterling silver disc handstamped as pictured.
A sweet jade charm dangles from the top.
Hangs on a simple red thread.
Just like my very favorite necklace from China...

Easy enough?

Of course, extra entries if you are a wheat and {wildflowers} follower
and/or if you blog, facebook or tweet about this giveaway.

Just make sure to leave a separate comment for each entry,
since I will generate a random winner from the total number of comments.

Entries will be accepted through Monday, August 16th.
A winner will be announced here on Tuesday.

~happy {wednesday}~
 

30 comments:

  1. You are so creative, Kim! I love the connected one! ;)

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  2. Ok I just gasped out loud when I read the "I will find you" oh my gracious does that ever convey how we feel as we unwind that thread that leads right to our precious child. Love it Kim! Oh and PS, how cute is your daughter!! Our 6th son is being locked in tonight so I hope to be able to share his full picture soon! We were given approval for a dual adoption as our kiddos are foster brothers and best friends, talk about a tangled red thread. Gracious there story still brings me to tears.

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  3. You're daughter is gorgeous!
    and I follow you! and I love the connected one also!

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  4. What a cutie pie!

    I love "I will find you".

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  5. They are wonderful! Love the "connected" one!

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  6. Darn cute! Daughter and necklace. I like the "connected" one the best!

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  7. These are so sweet! I would choose connected - love the red thread instead of a chain also :)
    Sara

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  8. p.s.
    I'm a follower also :)
    Sara

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  9. she is too cute! i would choose connected.. and i like the red thread!

    jessicacotten@gmail.com

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  10. i am a follower!

    jessicacotten@gmail.com

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  11. She is so precious!! I love the "i will find you" necklace. :)

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  12. I told my Twitter peeps- http://twitter.com/danddgiveaways/status/21074590402. :)

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  13. The red thread journey is such an amazing journey. We have traveled this road twice, and have connected with many who have allowed us to share this path. I think both of your charms are darling... I like connected best:)
    Robyn

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  14. They are both beautiful! Love the "connected" one!

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  15. oooh, I love the "I will find you!" I think Lisa's new little girls photo http://thelongroadtochina.blogspot.com/ looks just like Sophie's referral photo!

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  16. I would choose "I will find you"! If I was to win I would give this to my mom. My parents are wanting to begin the adoption process soon for a child from China. And as an encourgement to my mom I would LOVE to get "I will find you for her.

    livelaughlove2011@gmail.com

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  17. I am also a follower!

    livelaughlove2011@gmail.com

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  18. What a cutie pie! I like the "I will find you"

    asdickerson2@gmail.com

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  19. I follow you.

    asdickerson2@gmail.com

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  20. I love the connected! It would work for any mother/child situation. Your work is beautiful and thoughtful Kim.

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  21. I follow your blog. I love the "I will find you" necklace. It so reminds me of oour last trip to china for daughter #3.

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  22. I REALLY like "I will find you!"

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  23. So cute! Love the connected one!

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