I took this picture on Sunday morning, during the Sunday morning errands. The wee one ran errands with it - and she is napping in the back seat. She is so sweet and so good.
When I look at this picture I notice the jewelry that I'm wearing. I'm still trying to sell Chloe + Isabel (at my online boutique, which you should totally check out here).
I can't help but think of my grandparents selling jewelry every time I post something on social media about mine. The sold Sarah Coventry and then jewelry that my grandfather made. I can't help but think that when I'm a little old woman, my grandkids will look at pictures of me and this jewelry and we will have conversations like I used to have with my grandparents about theirs.
Last week was a busy week - it seems like they all are. My wee lambkins had a cold, but was kind enough to share with everyone. Hurricane Patricia hit, but we only got rain on Saturday and even then it was not that bad. I think we were all hoping for a little more rain in town - it was flooding in some parts of the country.
My selfie this week is of me and this guy, Thor. I've loved Thor for eight years. This week my selfie is with Thor.
Week 19 was a big week for me! I decided to open my own online boutique and I became a merchandiser with Choe + Isabel! I'm pretty excited about this jewelry! I have some pretty serious metal allergies and Chloe + Isabel is nickel free and hypoallergenic and it comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Every few years the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts brings in Tibetan monks for a ceremony (please see slide show below). This year I mentioned to my people that it was happening and that I wanted to go - I think that i went to the first ceremony but missed the second.
Well, we are officially in the apartment. I also decided that I was going to start decorating the house I'm moving into. Annnnd I started (another) blog about decorating and DIY projects. It's called Fox in the Farmhouse because 1) foxes are my favorite animal 2) I'm shooing for farmhouse decor here. See? See? It makes sense.
I love family history and the various ways that it can be approached by researchers! I hope that this blog is interesting and inspiring!