With this time change I tried going to bed half an hour earlier Saturday night but my body still hasn't adjusted to the time difference. Even this morning I didn't want to get out of bed at my normal wake time, which was to me still 6 a.m. How long should it take for a body and brain to adjust for goodness sake?? Has anyone else felt the difference?
For those who may not know, I used to be more of a dollmaker than rug hooker and did the vending/show circuit for years. Then when trying to anticipate what the public wanted and not always hitting the mark and getting older, decided to stop doing shows.
A couple months ago I received an order for a sizeable vintage looking Angel doll. Then earlier this week an order for a patriotic doll holding a flag and yesterday an order for a primitive black doll and a whimsical patriotic doll. Here is the photo of the two sold yesterday. Have a current photo because I wanted to confirm we were talking about the right dolls.
Back in the day I also built a web site with software whose name I don't remember. But as software often does, you need to buy the upgrade and learn how to work the new system. I did not buy the new software. However, decided to pay for and keep my domain name Woodland Junction therefore the web site is still visible on the web.
That said, I am unable to remove a photo when sold or type the words "sold" in the text because I didn't buy that new software. People still find it when searching me out and inquiries do come in to see if 'so and so' is available. Sometimes it is and sometimes not. I've still inventory which is stored downstairs in totes marked for the category. So if you are hankering for a doll or just want to see what I used to do, you can look HERE. I sometimes think they stumble upon that site when looking for my rug patterns. So if that is what you're looking for, the link is always under my name at the end of the blogpost.
In case the above is confusing and you wonder if I still make dolls ~ I do not. Is that better ~gt~?
So ya wanna see what's been hop'n in the bunny world? You've probably already seen them either on Facebook or a blog. Susan joined early on and recently sent me her finish. Love that little bunny butt.
Kimm (Sheep Underfeet) was weakened by seeing all the great rabbits and finally decided to join too. She drew her design for the door vertically. What a great idea. It was hooked in #6 cut and measures 4.5 x 14.5. She used jute twine around the edge to add the folky feel to it.
Even I decided to pull more loops today but didn't get it finished. I'm determined to not post an almost done photo. It's all or nothing at this juncture baby...well, it won't be bound but will be all hooked, lol.
Sorry the post was so long so maybe save the reading for tomorrow morning with a cup of coffee while you slowly wake up like me. Happy hooking.