15 December 2009

working away

photos from my dad's house. (that old portrait in the top photo? that's my great-grandma anna who i am name after).

recently i have been working away at my own fun projects, and it feels great. for the past 6 weeks i was taking an  e-course for indie businesses by the lovely BAKERY ladies, jaime and erin. so much good info, it's exciting to digest it all.

i just got back some exciting new products for my shop. i can't wait to share them with you. newsletter subscribers will find out today...

starting yesterday, my shop is being showcased at papernstitch's monthly exhibition. there are some great artists whose company i share, go check 'em out and see what papernstitch is all about.

today i start working on the sales floor at the bookstore. i always help out during the holidays, as events are low and the number of people shopping is high (we hope--come on in and say hello!). i'm a little nervous to get back into the swing of tracking down books and ringing people up, but i can't wait to get out there and be helpful--i think i have some great book suggestions up my sleeve.

also, i'm more active over here. want to follow my tweets?

5th night of hanukkah. this whole city is out of candles, so i stalked up! i love to watch the candles burn low each night.


  1. love seeing you hard at work!
    love, a.

  2. I hope your time on the selling floor goes well. I was in last week but in the morning when you're not usually there, I think. And Happy Hanukkah!

  3. It sounds like you have a lot of exciting things going on! Happy Hanukkah!

  4. You have been busy. Love the photos. I like help my friends at there shop during this time of year. Enjoy and Happy Hanukkah! xo

  5. Happy Hanukkah. I love the cameras.


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