35 thoughts on “A. W. T. B.

  1. This is so great! I’ve been following you for a while, and it has been wonderful to see how your dreams are taking flight. Congratulations on this incredible achievement!

  2. So fantastic. I’ve been following you quietly for a few years and it’s so great to see this.

    (Gives me hope for future of the project my boy and I are starting out on).

  3. You are truly a beautiful and talented individual. Your work inspires not only me as an artist, but so many people. God bless you as you continue to use your gifts to promote a simple and balanced lifestyle while seeking to help others in your endeavor.

  4. Beautifully done. I love reading about you and one of the things I love is how hard working you are. I think there are loads of bloggers out there shilling a product via their kids. There is so much integrity in what you do, how you live and how you truly embrace a simple life.
    In a month or so I’m getting an apron.
    Best of luck

  5. wow great!! i love the shop! a great and liberating step you took there. hope you will be shipping to Spain, the traveling board must be mine! 🙂 best of luck on this new adventure!! ❤

  6. I don’t know you, yet I look up to you in so many ways! You are beautiful, talented & strong! I come to your site when I need inspiration…. to be reminded of the good things in life and what the beauty of living true and simplistic really means and looks like! Thank you for enriching my life! I wish you much success and wealth of spirit and strength. Keep on keeping xo

  7. Great Bekah,
    Keep strong. Move forward. Your principles are so clearly defined in all you do, and sticking to your principles is the most beautiful thing in a person.
    Mel

  8. man, i fell in love with your blog during the summer and then recently fell behind, but i just caught up and am SO stoked for you. a.w.t.b could be detrimental to my bank account – but i wouldnt regret it at all. God is so gracious and i see that in your life! keep doing what you do cause i dig

    perrin

  9. I have been following your blog for a long time, and felt it was time to speak my quiet
    mind. I admire your gumption and the brave way you move forward in life, acknowledging the rainy days, and celebrating the sunny ones. You are giving your boys the most important of all gifts, time with you and learning along side you.
    A living education, and they will never forget.. I also chose to stay home and give all to my littles (who are flying solo now)19,21,24. We started with kindergarten and just never looked back. If you choose to homeschool, there are so many choices, but follow your heart and the boys interest. Mostly we lived and learned through nature, but did finally found a great resource in a living books classical education. Check out Tapestry of Grace, and you can just follow the book list for a history based, worldview education. I kept it low key and nature always came first. Wow, didn’t mean to write a page here, nor to tell you how, just to give encouragement and say I admire your living an Honest life.
    Jeni

  10. Reblogged this on shutterrr click! and commented:
    In the midst of reading my favourite blogs, this stood out today. I am so inspired by this lady. I’ve been following her story on and off. And this project she launched is a testimony of her grit, perseverance and love for her kids and the life she is making for her family.

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