Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Exciting Announcements

There are still some things to iron out (no pun intended) but I'm officially launching Cinnamon Sangria as a business! I'm thrilled beyond words! All of the exhausting legalities are being worked out. Uggh, why does the government have to drown us in paperwork?

I have a friend who is helping build my website and logo (ok she's really doing ALL of it). I can't wait to see the final results! It's all I think about.

Of course there will be purses and a few other fun things! I've got to get a photographer to take better pictures as you know I'm not the best at picture taking and I want to present my items in the best possible way. I'm positive I'll be blogging more often because I'll have better pictures.

In the meantime until I have my online "Open House" I've been making items to stock my shelves and did I mention the paperwork? I can't remember the last time I was so busy but I'm not complaining.

Stay tuned for more exciting information. I'll be sharing more and more as things work themselves out.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Happy Belated New Year!

Happy Belated New Year! First off I can't believe it's been since October since I've posted. That's completely unacceptable. I haven't fallen off the of Earth I've just been busy with life. I have crafted since we last visited but not as much as I would have liked. But it's a New Year and time for fresh new beginnings. I don't really like New Year's resolutions but this year I have 2.

1. Spend more time on my business which includes updating this blog on a regular basis
2. Floss daily. :)

One of the reasons I've been MIA is because I've been traveling. The husband and I spent the holidays and New Year's in New Zealand. It was an amazing trip! I have about 400 pictures to go through. I picked a few to share with you below. I wanted to share all 400 but somehow I figured you couldn't sit and go through that many pictures. We saw a little bit of everything. The country has 4 million people and 40 million sheep, I think I saw every single one of them. They are so cute. We went to a lavendar farm, I wish I had a better picture. There was a little cottage there that sold all things lavendar, soaps, satchets, etc.
We went to a Glacier Mountain and went to a lake that was made from glacier water and icebergs. You'll see below how big they are. They are white and clean when they first appear but then over time dirt gets on them and they look like rocks, but they are 100% ice!

Off to go floss!
Cinnamon Sangria