Thursday is my last day at the Henry County Farmers Market! Work starts up again on Friday. It’s bittersweet. But I’m going to have a sale on everything I bring. Everything will be five dollars 💵! 2 for $5 rings, bracelets, cuffs, chokers, necklaces, pendants, and bookmarks.
Thursday only! Come out to the Henry County Farmers Market in McDonough at Heritage Park!
Happy birthday to my son! He’s officially 9 years old today! Very proud of his accomplishments so far and here’s to hoping he learns from his mistakes in the past. New adventures, new experiences and I get to watch it all. Love you so much, my little knuckle head!
Time flies when you are not paying attention. It’s been 13, thirteen!, years since I said ‘I do’! I’m blessed to have such a loving and patient person in my life and look forward to the many years to come.
They say lace is what you get for the thirteenth year. Hm, what could I possibly get him in lace?
Well, the summer is almost over and I have nothing to really show for it. I’ve done a lot of writing and drawing, but nothing has been completed or finished. Money has held the finalization of two of my projects hostage. But on the bright side that means I have time to fine tune my stories and I will see them completed by tax time. 😜 Doctor visits, Tae Kwon Do classes and two accidents can really throw your plans out of wack. But, I didn’t just sit on my thumbs and whine about it. I did get a lot of inspiration and a lot of writing done. My style of writing has changed a bit, I can even say matured. I’m proud of myself and can’t wait to see what the betas think of them.
Wonderlost 2: Reunions – A Gray Spring (tying up loose ends-book 3 of my Red Summer series) – these are the two main stories I’ve been working on. The shall hopefully be edited and published by April 2019!
Every Thursday will have me setting up at the Henry County Farmers Market in McDonough, Ga. I’m here to push my wares and business cards. It’s hot,people. I’m sweaty and already thirsty and the Market hasn’t even opened up yet. But you gotta do what you gotta do.