Lisa Leonard Designs

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December 31st | older posts

so, i subconsciously stole ali’s word.  i guess it’s such a lovely, insightful word, that after she shared it with me, i accidentally made it mine, too.  thanks for sharing your word, ali!  i love hearing what your words are for 2010–if you haven’t shared yet, please do!  happy new year’s eve!

13 Responses

  1. Peggy says:

    Hi Lisa:
    My word is Serenity, explained on my blog post. Had to laugh when I noticed your word was the same as Ali’s.
    Have a safe and Happy New Year’s celebration!!! Here’s to great stories in 2010!!

  2. natasha says:

    I thought you and Ali did that on purpose! It’s a great choice. When I was at the doctor’s office today my ultrasound tech was admiring my necklace and asked me if it was a Lisa Leonard. Not too shabby recognition way down here in Louisiana, huh? (It was indeed made by you– I received it last Christmas!)

  3. Linda says:

    I’ve just decided upon my word for this year—risk. I tend to stay on the really safe side of things and within my comfort zone, but this year, I intend to take more risks. I don’t mean in a safety sense, but in a way that gets me out of my comfort zone and prods me to grow and meet new people.

  4. Tracy B. says:

    Great minds think alike! I am still struggling to choose the right word!

  5. Evelyn says:

    Hi Lisa,
    Saw Ali’s necklace so of course I had to come take a look. My one little word for 2010 is GRATEFUL!
    So often we take things for granted that I wanted to photograph one thing for which I am GRATEFUL each day of 2010.

    Now I would like to order a necklace or other piece of jewelry, so I must take a look in your store.

  6. Sara Elliott says:

    My word is Nurture….and I’m ordering my necklace now. Yippie!

    Beautiful work!


  7. Sheila says:

    Happy New Year, Lisa.
    My word is “champagne.” It is to remind me that every day is a celebration, that it is ok to be bubbly and that some things should not be over-done. Also, champagne (the word, anyway!) starts with the same two letters as choice and change. I want to remember to make good choices, and to embrace the changes in my life that are out of my control.
    I wish you many blessings!

  8. tiffany says:

    Love the word story and your explanation for choosing it!

    Still thinking of mine. And will share with you later.

    Happy new year

  9. Mina says:

    patience (DEFINITELY, patience as I now have a preteen and teenager! I need loads, and load of neverending patience!) :o)

  10. Cindy says:

    filled….my heart, my soul, my cup runneth over….blessings, family, love, faith, home….

  11. My word is ‘truth’…being true to myself, my family, and finding the higher truth I am looking for. Happy 2010 to you all, dear Leonards!I am ordering my necklace from you as we speak.! (type?) x

  12. Kristi F says:

    Kindness – a reminder for me to be kind to myself and others. I have HUGE expectations for myself and sometimes those really weigh me down. Occasionally I forget to be kind to others so hopefully this year I will make changes on both fronts.

  13. kerry says:

    So I’ve settled on peace. I am seeking peace for myself and my family and I am hoping that I am able to provide some for others as well. Happy New Year! I’m looking forward to seeing your story unfold!

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