So, so true!
I've got a long list of chores and an even longer list of creative/business tasks. But, here I am. Don't worry, my timer's going

I feel like I should talk about how I am/have been feeling the last few days. But talking about the weepies and my desire to just watch episode after episode of Buffy is pretty boring. Seeeeeeeee.
Instead, let me share some fun, informative, etc. links with you in a full-on

It's a shame really.

I've added a couple new items in the shop this week if you're interested.
Hoot Owl Bracelet
Falling Leaves Necklace
And re-listed a necklace
Bright Daisy Necklace
Now it's back to that darn to-do list before the weekend starts. The Crafter's Devotional Group will be having the first blog hop (again, kinda) tomorrow. So make sure to check back in for that! Have a great weekend.


  1. Beautiful necklaces!! I love the owl. :)

    Thanks for the links! The guide to international shipping will be helpful, I think -- right now I'm scared of shipping to other countries.

  2. Hello! I realize this is kind of off-topic however I needed to ask. Does operating a well-established website like yours require a massive amount work? I am completely new to blogging but I do write in my diary every day. I'd like to start a blog so I will be able to share my experience and feelings online. Please let me know if you have any kind of suggestions or tips for new aspiring blog owners. Appreciate it!

  3. Anonymous- As far as operating a blog, it's not a massive amount of work so much as it does take some time. Using a platform like Blogger is rather user-friendly, but taking the time to get photos and gather information to share really is the key. I hope this helps, fell free to contact me via e-mail. My contact info can be found by clicking to my "About Me" link at the top right of the page.


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