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Saturday, July 11, 2009

All Goode Things Come in Time


I have started back to work on my beloved friends this past week and loving it. I am still in transition and stalled with the move, but I am cocooned in the bliss that is creating and loving everything all over again. I am working ahead of the season, but as long as I can fit a pumpkin or witch in, I'm happy and don't mind the snowmen as much. There are still never enough hours to balance what everyone needs and work full time, but I will gladly take what time I can get with my wee friends! The phone has been ringing with customers and orders, it was as if nothing ever stopped for me. I know that this is still a very close family time, but it doesn't mean that this Good Wife is slowing down down or hanging it up... no, no way! This Good Wife has plenty of goode creating ahead!

8 comments:

queen-of-nostalgia said...

Yay! I love seeing your creations :) I am also loving the idea of Halloween goodies...my favorite :)

FrenchGardenHouse said...

It's who we are, isn't it? creating things always feels right, relaxing and feeds our soul.
Lidy

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

I admire you for being able to work out of season. It's something I've never been able to do. Except of course growing in the middle of winter. That I can do!!!
Take care and don't work too hard!
Carole

Finegan Antiques said...

Stacey,

It is always good to be able to get back to something that you love and gives you pleasure. In some way it "centers" us.

Donna

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

What an intriguing, beautiful Site you have over here. I use to make dolls all the time in the '80s, but have somehow gotten away from it. Your work is completely inspiring. : )

Karen said...

Keep up the good work! Here in Oregon, it's gorgeous weather, and I'm having a hard time staying on task with projects! I wanna play! Karen

Cordwood Cabin said...

Bravo for "early starts"! Those little ornaments are perfect -- and I love the "early homestead crow" posted to the side (crows are really one of the best features in primitive arts).

Brandi McKenna said...

Stacey your blog is lovely! I am taken with your art dolls, completely. I would love to have some of the horse ones for my girls! Your dolls are so unique AND beautiful, I love the animals.