on today’s edition of sweet ladies...i’m spotlighting my neighbor and friend through the field, martha fellows. she is so thoughtful, has a huge heart, is a mother of 7 children, and loves her siblings and extended family so much...you can just tell by the things she shares. she has had her own business run from her home most of the time i’ve known her and has also enjoyed working at our neighborhood cheese factory and dairy. i love martha and am excited to share about her.
“I nominate Tonya Vistaunet! She is love in motion!” nominated by ann hartshorn of new vision art (episode 62)...this sweet lady is near and dear to my heart. tonya is always spreading goodness with her colorful art and personal projects. hear about a couple of these personal projects...one that is currently going on instagram #tonyascreativityproject.
meet sweet lady naomi watkins, author, educator, community supporter, advocate for women, adventurer and lover of the outdoors. as the director of education at better days 2020, she has been a part of a great movement of learning, curriculum, has co-authored the book champions for change, and is constantly trying to find ways to support latter-day saint women seeking to follow their passions & share their gifts in their careers.
“I nominate andrea allen! A beautiful person through and through. She is so full of light and has the most wonderful energy about her which she is always willing to share with others. All of this in spite of a demanding job and the full weight of parenting on her right now while her husband is working in Arizona. We have some incredible women on this street!” Laura Child of granarlo ep 59
candy colored studio episode #70 - SWEETladies: nancy jones & meredith jones hendricks of paper and felt
sweet ladies meredith & nancy are the fantastic mother-daughter duo behind “paper and felt” the local sensation seen at swiss days, and arts & crafts markets all over utah. hear how we met, what they create and how they support our community at large.
i'm spotlighting a dear friend here in midway utah who has made one of the biggest impacts on myself and my family. i started seeing ZD back in 2008 in hopes of finding relief from allergies. at the time i was a mother of 3 kiddos 3 and under, my health had struggled for so long when it came to food and environmental allergies...and i had seriously tried ALL the things. over the years, ZD has not only helped me heal from these allergies, but she’s helped me dive deeper to see what emotional and mental struggles were affecting me as well.
my neighbor and friend Laura is making our life a bit sweeter with each bowl of GRANARLO granola. she & her sweet family started making granola to raise money for their son arlo to attend summer basketball camp. it became an annual tradition that soon needed to fill happy bellies more than once a year.