Friday, February 5, 2010

Seattle and Occupations . . .




I've been gone for a couple of days. Took a little trip to Seattle for my husband's job interview. We have family up there, too, so I visited and had a great time. We also looked around for an apartment, to see what the costs would be if we moved. Now it's time to wait . . . second interview will probably take place next week, meaning another trip north.






In the mean time, I need to get to work at my occupation--creativity!!! I've got lots of "anything bags" to list on Etsy, some more new jewelry for my design shop and I'm working on some awesome coffee cuffs--a wholesale line for brick and mortar stores. I have a box of cuffs ready, but have not designed the display card holder yet. Also, my husband and a friend are making some display stands from some handsome looking wood. I can't wait to see how they turn out!

11 comments:

Splendid Little Stars said...

That's very awesome!

tbranscum said...

Busy few days. I love the anything bags.

storybeader said...

love the bags. So great that you have a handy man around the house. Hoping for a great second interview!

Marlene said...

The coffee cuffs are awesome, should do well here in the NW where coffee is the "fluid of life" it seems. We so so love our coffee here. The picture of Seattle is a great one, good luck to your husband with the job interviews and hope everything turns out the way you would like.

Laurie said...

Good for you! I'd like to get some wholesale business going myself. You sound very calm about a possible move.

Patch said...

Good news.. Good luck for your hubby!!! and good business for you.. :D

Patti said...

Glad you had a good trip to Seattle; it's such a great city! Hopefully your second trip will result very positively. The new cuffs are neat. It's nice to have someone to help out with display!

HomeMadeOriginals said...

These look great. Good luck on the second interview.

Becky said...

Good luck! The bags look wonderful, i love seeing piles of fabric! ♥

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

I hope everything turns out great with hubby's interview and your cuffs going into BandM stores!!!

Lynn said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Looking at your coffee cuffs reminds me in a way to do a tea cozy for my teapot. Looked up a pattern but haven't made the time to grab the tape measure to do the dimensions.

I look forward to following your blog and all the neat crafts you do.