Happy holiday weekend

May 24, 2013 |  Category:   friends life





I don’t want to end the week on a down note. In fact, things are not down at all – anxiety filled, yes, but not down. Just a state of continuous questioning, of which will emerge an answer, eventually. I’ve been asking myself, what am I good at? What do I want to be doing? Turns out these simple questions aren’t easy to answer at all, but I can now answer them in a broader, general sense. I’m prepared for a bumpy ride this year, but I accept the challenge. From talking to so many people the past 5 weeks, seems like many of you are too.


Onto more mundane things…oh, this rain! It didn’t put a damper on this sweet party we attended last Saturday, but we are getting killed with rainy, cool weekends at the markets. It isn’t good for business and we desperately need a nice sunshiny day for a change. The forecast doesn’t bode well for the Brooklyn Flea tomorrow, but Mark will still be there as it is rain or shine.

And finally…Father’s Day Gift Boxes and a pre-order sale all through Memorial Day weekend. Have a great one.

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  • nanne May 27, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    there are so many great things about owning your own business, one that you run out of your home…set your own hours, you are available to attend all of those cute, school events, etc, etc. BUT, there is a huge downside, especially when you are the CEO, the CFO, the COO, the creative excutive, the excutive assistant, the transportation head, the chief janitor and on & on. everything falls on you & you alone. and, there are those child rearing things that you have to work in too :).

    i had my own photo business, based out of my home, for 20 years, along with those two darling, little people that i seem to remember giving birth to. loved it! but, anxiety was my constant companion. my friends used to tell me to just “relax” and take some time off. i’m sure i don’t have to explain to you how taking their advice would just up the anxiety level by 1.2 billion percent.

    anyway, just wanted to tell you that there is someone out there that really gets what you are going through and feeling. as your girls get older & more independent, things really will get easier. you will also mature and mellow, learn what you really have to do and what can wait or be discarded.

    sorry about the novel i just wrote, you just so remind me of where i was 10 years ago!

  • Yj June 1, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    Love the “david ??” tag!