Screen Shot 2017-03-23 at 4.09.58 PMAs you can see by the title I’m feeling an array of feelings this afternoon after dealing with a very annoying hacker situation over on our shop website for the past 24 hours. My sweet friend, Eliza sent me an email yesterday after ordering her new earrings because she’d noticed that the PayPal receipt showed she had paid her money to: the hacker’s name and email here ..

I happened to be in line waiting on an iced latte when I read the email and practically snorted hemp milk out my nose..texted Erica, we’ve been hacked, un-hooked the payment method from our website I’m on the phone with PayPal now! Several hours later and a bunch of busy work and following up to do with a handful of customers and I was pooped, defeated and downright discouraged.

Uuuuuuggggghhhhhh..not the kind of thing I want to be dealing with. Truthfully our launch has been wonderful in so many ways but there’s also been so much resistance surrounding it. So much spiritual warfare if I may. Definitely a sense that someone or something is indeed hoping that I feel weary, defeated and discouraged.

But then this afternoon I was thinking about the things I have been cultivating and praying over and longing to share, the imagery of a garden and tending and believing for growth and life to emerge where seeds have been planted. And I realized that the hacker is such a beautiful illustration of a weed or a pest. The super annoying and frustrating things that come along that threaten to steal kill and destroy and to deter us from continuing the day to day task of simply watering and tending to all that we have been entrusted with.

The quote by Elisabeth Elliot came to mind: don’t dig up in doubt what you’ve planted in faith and than I took a deep breath, centered my mind on hope and claimed that the only reason I am under attack it because this garden I’ve been tending must be about to explode with new life and joy!

So I’m sharing it here. I’ve long wanted to bring to this space a little more about what it’s like to be a stay at home mom and run a shop all at the same time, and it felt like the right time to jump in and be honest. It’s not always easy or fun. But it’s worth it.

If you’ve been working on something that’s been passionate on your heart but it feels like you’re knee deep in the weeds of despair and doubt let me hope for you today that it’s gonna be good you’ve just got to keep tending to it like a garden. It might not look any different from day to day but over time it’s going to burst into full bloom – you’ll see! God wouldn’t be putting those beautiful dreams on your heart if it wasn’t for a reason.

And same with me, He’s got this so I don’t need to, all I have to do is trust! And of course – call out those hackers when the come along!

Love you all – off to pick up my tribe from school! xoxo

  • MisakiPureBlood - I didn’t know you make new blog :'( hiatus kinda long.. ermmm…

    anyway… don’t give up TT^TT I don’t know what happen with the hacker situation thing. but if someone tries to hack someone else work. I really hate it :'(

    its hard to earn money. Don’t take a short way to gain short income TT^TT

    God will definitely be with you and help you :) believe on Him always :)

    pst:/ nice jewelry btw..and like always.. nice and beautiful picture <3 love it ^_^ReplyCancel

  • Jenna - I’m SO sorry you were hacked. What an incredible hassle!! Love your perspective, and the ‘tending my garden’ wisdom was just the encouragement I needed. Thanks!!ReplyCancel


We’re still celebrating over here after the big launch of our Spring 2017 Jewelry Collection – Plant Lady is LIVE and we’ve been drinking the yummiest cocktails to celebrate!

Alexis from Fern and Feather made these for us when she hosted us in her gorgeous garden for one of our two California photo shoots a few weeks ago. She is beyond beautiful, talented, humble and kind and she has generously shared her delicious Kombucha Cocktail with us too!

What you’re gonna need:

St. Germaine

Guava Kombucha (this one is my favorite and the one she used)

Blood Orange

Nastursium Flower (optional but pretty)


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It’s basically half parts St. Germaine to half parts kombucha although I make mine a little heavier on the kombucha but I’m sure you could go either way with that.:)Than it’s just a twist of blood orange, I couldn’t’ find them locally though so we used cara cara oranges which are so delicious. A little stir and that’s it, these are seriously so good!

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Hope you guys are having a great week so far! xoxo, Rebekah

ps. if you haven’t seen the new collection yet you can find it HERE!


stacy bostrom photography-7460 stacy bostrom photography-7708 stacy bostrom photography-7113 stacy bostrom photography-7603 stacy bostrom photography-7408 stacy bostrom photography-7064 stacy bostrom photography-7471Happy first day of Spring you guys, I am so excited we made it through the long cold Winter and I’m so ready to see the earth come alive with the beauty and rebirth of all the flowers and plants!

To celebrate the new season I am honored to share that my newest jewelry collection, Plant Lady is now LIVE on the site! There is so much emotion and heart that goes into each collection and this one is by far one of my most favorite. My desire is for each one of these pieces to resonate and represent the things that you want to wear close to your heart. I hope you love it, you can check it out HERE! All week you can use the code SPRINGLAUNCH for 10% off the entire site.

I also want to share this gorgeous video that my dear and insanely talented friend Stacy made as a promotional piece – thanks for letting me share my excitement with you and a special thank you to Stacy and her beautiful tribe of woman who brought all these things to life for me in the California sunshine! xoxo

  • Eliza - So beautiful!
    I want so many of the new pieces & what an amazing, heart-filled story behind their creation.
    Thankful for you, Rebekah, as you continue to share your journey & creativity with the world. And thankful that you are continuing to find healing.

  • Kristen Gough - In awe of your work and the stunning artistry and vision put into the entire line and promotional collaborations with Stacy and Bridget. Happy spring and congrats on an inspiring and absolutely gorgeous launch!ReplyCancel