EVENTS

Monday, April 6, 2009

Bead & Button











I've been "getting ready" for Bead & Button for months but now is crunch time. Yep, like Sunday night 9pm with a book report due the next day, I'm a torchin' fool. The countdown on their website says 54 days until the show and my bounty of inventory is feeling a little light. I know I'm short on vessels and weessels and I have no buttons for this year. I've had a plan that was supposed to put me right by the end of April so I could enjoy the chaos that is the month of May in my family. In addition to Mother's Day, there is Mom's birthday and my Niece's birthday. We are also Memorial Day traditionalists which means visiting the family graves around Terre Haute and decorating them with flowers. Virtually every weekend has something big all over it and I will have to be careful not to slack off on my "work" days. That's a big temptation when you work for yourself. Afterall, if you slack off, you can fire yourself but eventually you will just re-hire yourself when you do get out of bed or up from your nap. On the other hand, with no health insurance, a nap might count as an alternative therapy.

I will be at the Bead and Button Bead Bazaar in booth #2 and for those who are interested in a sneak peek, the pictures above show some of what I will have. I look forward to seeing you there!!








4 comments:

Lisa Atchison - Touch of Glass Designs said...

Wow, Julie, you have been busy! I love all the beautiful colors! The assortment of beads at the bottom look very, very fun! You are going to have a great show!

Lori Smith said...

Woo hoo! You hollow bead fool! (heh-heh, that rhymes)

Everything looks fantabulous, Jules! Those weessels are just the cutest! I bet you sell tons of 'em.

Best wishes for a most excellent show!

gaffergirls.com said...

out visiting tonight...
you've been working very hard by the looks of all those gorgeous beads....
hope you have a restful weekend :)
mona & the girls
your vessels are so pretty...

Ayala Art said...

your pics are beautifl, so full of color!