Getting Some Things Done



So I took a little break this week from most social media.  I checked in here and there. I had scheduled some posts last week for this week, but mostly, I stayed off of it.  It isn't that I think it is BAD or that I had anything dramatic going on, but I felt a little break was in order.  I read a couple of books suggested by my personal literary advisor.  Seriously, I have a close friend that has my exact taste in books.  This is an important friend to have if you like to read like I do.  She also has many other great qualities and if she is reading this, I am super happy that she is on Instagram now, but I am still pulling for a blog from her.  Sister has great taste in decor too!  Anyhow, with my new found time, I went and filled up my Winchester booth in Franklin.  AND, I finally, finally got organized enough to post some new finds in my etsy shop.


I have been knitting quite a bit lately too and I finished my 2nd scarf that I blogged about on my alter ego, Thimbled.  I am steadily working on my 3rd scarf.  I am pretty sure everyone is getting a scarf for Christmas.  I know... doesn't that sound cliche like a tie on Father's Day?  We never buy our Mr. ties... he rarely wears one.  Anyhow, I can't buy yummy yarns and just have them sit in happy little yarn balls forever... they need to be something.


The good news is, that I have excellent taste in yarn, so the people who receive these scarves should be pleased.  I also have the best taste in music.

Well, I am off to finish some pieces and meet some clients for pickups!  Have a lovely weekend everyone!

5 comments:

  1. Hi Michelle, not sure how I found you, so happy I have.... I will have to sit for awhile & visit ~ I must say, I think your Chalk board display for your Etsy Shop is Very Creatively Clever..... I know I am going to love your blog.
    Have a Blessed & Beautiful weekend,
    Cheryl ~ ZanyMayd
    zany-mayd.blogspot.com

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  2. Hi Michelle! I know what you mean about taking a break from blog world. And I too love your use of chalkboards for your Etsy shop! Very cool and simple.
    Enjoy your weekend!
    Kris of Cricket Acres Studio

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  3. I concur with Cheryl & Kris about the use of the chalkboard. And I congratulate you on your good taste and confidence in the fields of yarn and music :) How wonderful that you are maximizing your talents and interests in so many fields.

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  4. Sweet new finds and love the measurements! Happy weekend! xo Heather

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  5. I love how you used the chalkboard to indicate dimensions. So clever and so cute!

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