Sunday, February 22, 2009

Hey, I'm still alive.

I'm not sure that anyone even reads this, but here's my latest post. I've been horrible about this. I plan to get blogging and back on track.

I've started working on my sewing room, it's no where NEAR completed and not really functional yet. I got an "order". Not really, but I have someone who liked a bag I made and I decided I'd go ahead and use that as motivation to start sewing again. I"m going to make her a bag and surprise her. ;-)

I"m not sure where this cherry garage thing will go, but I trust my creative juices and feel like I can keep it going. I had a few people who really liked my work in Tucson and I think if I start working on them again I can get that going here as well. I think I do quality work and I think that I've really got a good product..... not that Paris Hilton will ever have one of my bags... but when my friends carry my bags they get stopped on the street and asked where it came from. That makes me happy. Everyone wants to be appreciated.

I'm not sure what I'm going to do with my life... hairdressing again?? I do miss it. Should I go back to school? Do something totally different? Derrick and I have discussed me going to nursing school since Graham was born. I don't know. What is my purpose? Other than creating cute cool stuff?? Not sure. I'll figure it out. I'll let you know when I get it at worked out.

Derrick and I are just rolling through life with our boys and our families and loving being home right now. Gavin said this morning how he loves having family to our house on the weekends. Earl and Jo and Auntie Lilla and Uncle Ray stopped by yesterday on their way home from Palm Springs. It is so nice that we live in a place where that can now happen. "just stop by anytime".

Enough for now. ;-) In the mean time, be kitchy, crafty, or cool... whatever floats your boat.

1 comment:

sweetfunkyvintage said...

Yay! I am glad to see you back to blogging!
I think we are destined (and lucky) to get to do lots of different things in life. It isn't like we thought when we were little... we had to figure out what we were going to be when we grew up. I love that I get to wear lots of "hats". I was passionate about teaching, and maybe I will teach again someday. But, I am passionate about what I am doing now.
If you love creating, go with it... you never know where it might lead you next!