So pretty, just like your hair!
Thank you, friend ... your visits mean so much to me.
Wonderful, Love your hair! I think I'll probably always keep my long hair too.
It just feels natural, right? The very best thing I've ever done was to let the grey grow out and without cutting it!Thanks, always, for coming by.
First, what amazing hair you have! Mine is so thin and 'pin' straight that barrettes just slip right out! But this one looks gorgeous anchored in those long locks of yours. I love the look of these antique silver buttons and leather .. it is such a an 'out West' look. So funny, when I first moved East people would always use that term 'out West' and yet growing up there I had never heard it before. I do hope that you continue to work with leather. Your hands know it. Your creativity knows just how to work with it, and you know just how to use every last bit of it to create these pieces!
thank you so much for your thoughts, it sure means a lot.
I love Larry's perspective and of course yours too! (Yours would be my thoughts too of course.) Interesting you found the store to be closed - but - sounds like temporarily?! So that could mean that it's still good to muddle things over...but I'd go back in a couple of weeks and see if they've opened again. Just saying! :) You have such a gift... xo.
Well, those talks and thoughts sound serious enough, Susan, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you to recognise the direction of your future steps. Sometimes it's more about patience than about a change so I wouldn't take that closed store for an omen right away but who I am to recognise omens in your life... Love your work with leather and buttons!
I appreciate you stopping by to read and leaving a comment, thanks so much, friend.
You have the most beautiful hair!And all our creations show that they are made with love... :-)
thank you, Yael! and yes, all of our creations show the love.
Those barrettes are beautiful - do you still have some? How much do you sell them for? Perhaps I should look in your Etsy store...Your thoughts and talks sound familiar to a certain degree. I sometimes wonder whether I should go on with what I was doing, and seeing that I am knitting more and more I guess that is the direction I will be taking for now. I almost never paint anymore and I don't particularly miss it - at least not for the time being. I think there are always certain "phases" in life where the wind is changing and we might go with it or change direction.
Change is always in the wind and I think you'll know just what to do when it's time to follow. Peace to your beautiful heart as you wonder.I love what you make and do; you're a builder and a maker. There are so many things yet to be discovered; I feel like the best is still to be for you:) Enjoy, my friend, the ride:)-jennifer