Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Almost 9 years...but it is time.

March 2007
It has been a great pleasure to be a demonstrator for almost nine years with Stampin' Up!  I was lucky enough to meet Shelli at an Atlanta regional and so many great demonstrators and stampers all over.  She was going around and meeting demonstrators and their guests at their tables.  She offered to hold a baby for someone so they could complete their project.  Leadership by example leaves a good impression.   (Good golly my hair was curly lol ) The Stampin' Up! community is truly a giving sharing community and comes together so often for the sake of others.  I wish you much success and will continue buying your products for all the same wonderful reasons I started so many years ago.  
Medical issues and job situation for my husband have caused many decisions to be made this year and to be dropped from being a demonstrator is one of those.  Customers deserve someone who can be there to help them use the products and become their mentors sometimes.   I have no regrets to being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, only good memories.  
I hope to very soon begin the search for a home with a "studio" so I can start playing around with inks, card stock, stamps, embellishments, oh and everything stamping/scrapbooking related!  Then I hope to post again to my blog.  

Happy Stampin'
Tammy Q Howell aka Tarheel Stamper


Ms said...

I can only imagine how difficult the decision was to make and I wish you the best of luck on this chapter of your life. Hopefully you'll still share your wonderful creativity as you have time......

Martha Lucia Gomez said...

Dear Tammy, I will miss you!!! I always remembered you because you were the first person that gave the welcome words to Stampin Up groups. I hope your help will be better soon, this is the most important and remember the God's time is the perfect time and always He is with us...don't worry all have a solution.
A big big huge...Martha Lucia

Sandy said...

Tammy, I wish you well. I'm still hanging on by a thread but still a demo. I thank you so much for introducing me to SU. God Bless you! Hugs Sandy

Susan Carlson said...

Best wishes for your future, Tammy! Once you get settled into your new home and studio, I'll be here to read your blog again.