Have you ever had a year you were glad just to see go? Like a bad house guest?
2010 was a bit rough for us I might admit. I know everyone kinda waxes nostalgic about all of the good things that have happened the previous year; but I know in reality for most people, an entire year is about the whole roller coaster ride, including all of the ups and downs.
But, always look on the bright side of life, right? So I thought I would cover some highlights.
I had the thrill of meeting Anne Marie there and then joining in on her Nada Sales in both May and October. They were a huge success and mark you calenders for May 2011… The 20 and 21st. Not are there going to be some amazing vendors, but Fifi O’Neill is coming herself to sign her book!
It was the year I decided to get back to my artistic roots and just create with furniture, Santos dolls and one of a kind clothing items. Things I could put my personal touch on.
I was thrilled at how well my Etsy opening went. I’ve decided to release my Spring collection April 3.
I was able to go to Farm Chicks with some amazing friends and I met even more amazing women.
There were all of those awesome things. And then there was the house.
My house. The house I loved…until it turned on me. Like a good relationship gone wrong…. like a country song…
We had fun times, like the project of my girls room. Oh house, how we enjoyed that one.
And our room. We laughed and cried for joy. You seemed so happy then. It was so romantic. We were so.. in sync..
And then, there was the infamous kitchen project. Even though our relationship struggled, and I wasn’t sure where we were going to end up; we made it through and came out even stronger. So thrilled to be together. I actually felt fulfilled and at peace.
I was so happy to see that we were able to patch things up after a bit of a rough road, onto new adventures.
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