Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Big Cartel

Good Morning! Did you have a nice Halloween?  It wasn't as busy this year as it normally is - even Kellie didn't get as much candy as she normally does.  I'm not sure if less people were giving out candy or what.  It was cold but they were still out for 2 hours.
Molly and her friends like to dress up and take Kellie.  It's their excuse to go trick or treating.  Even Howard got dressed up this year!
We girls in this house thought he looked very handsome with his fabulous Halloween collar from Clippers Canine Cafe.  I love this store! Clippers is owned by my sister and niece.  Clipper is my niece Kate's dog -  he's a very funny dog and is usually there when Kate is working.  The store is in the historic Savage Mill.  It's an awesome location.  There are places to eat and a lot of really cool shops - antiques too!  There is also a section of artist studios.  I wish it were closer to me - I would love to have a studio space there.  Plus it's haunted and who doesn't love haunted places?!  Molly and I met my sister and niece there and went on the ghost tour a few weeks ago.  Had a great time!

I opened a store on the Big Cartel site here today.  I'm not really sure how I'm going to use it yet.  I just added a few pieces to have something listed while I decide what to use it for.

Went to bed last night with my heart racing and woke up this morning with the same thing.  I don't like this feeling - makes me sick to my stomach.  This week is flying by and I feel like I'm losing control of my schedule so I think it might be stress.  I don't feel stressed - just busy - but I guess my heart has decided to kick it up a few notches anyway.

So, I'm off to work on glazing some pendants for a custom order today.  I'm going to throw a few other pieces in the kiln with them so hopefully I'll have something to show tomorrow.  Have a great Wednesday!

1 comment:

  1. They so look like they had loads of fun!! kellie is so cute!
    even i love to take the kids trick or treat'n- i would not stay home, not me!