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Well, I am trying to become an interesting person on this blog, but dagnabit, it just isn’t happening.  Chains refer to the bag handles I made this weekend and change is inevitable.  Let’s start with chains:

Black and Blue Bag

Black and Blue Bag

I love making bags and despise making handles.  They just never behave the way I want them to.  I think it is an operator (me) error but they drive me crazy.  For several of my recent bags I went to chains.  What do you think?

Here is another one:

Black and Gold Bag

Black and Gold Bag

Until I run out of chain, I might use it on some more bags.  Would you buy them?  Do you hate them?  Love them?  Hopefully, I will have these on ETSY as soon as I can, but you can holler at me before that if you NEED one sooner.

Moving to change, I have some mixed feelings going on in my head.  Here are a few items that are causing me some consternation:

  • How are we going to watch OKC Thunder when we are in a different television market?
  • How are we going to eat Hideaway Pizza when we are in a different state?
  • How can I survive without Tandy Leather being a hop, skip and a jump away from my house?

Okay, if these are my biggest concerns, I think I will survive.  I am not a worrier.  My father was the biggest worrier in the world.  The thing I learned from him was that worry never affected the outcome.  Once in a while worry starts niggling at my brain and I try to remember some of these words below:







Now let’s pretend I am a “local” newscaster.  You know how sometimes they report news and you just think to yourself “And they think I care about this why?”.  Well here is the news from our part of the world that you can react to in that fashion:

Emily is going to the inauguration and is very excited.  She mentioned that D.C. was swarming with people this weekend.  The boys have a holiday from school in honor of Martin Luther King day.  Let’s see, they went to school 5 days and get an extra day off.  What is the world coming to?  I do not get the day off, do you?  In other news, a cold front came through and our temperature dropped from in the 60’s Sunday to the 40’s today.

Well, goodbye from the news desk and have a great tomorrow.  As always, I love comments.


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6 Responses to Chains and More Change

  1. James says:

    To address “your” 3 concerns.

    Cox cable in Northwest Arkansas carries KTUL out of Tulsa, so you should be able to keep up with news from Oklahoma and also maybe see some Thunder games. On a side note, take up the sport of baseball. The Arkansas Naturals are always looking for new fans. They have a nice ball field in Springdale and they have “Thirsty Thursdays”.

    You are correct, we don’t have Hide-a-way pizza, we got better. Guido’s Pizza in Tontitown is awesome, as is the Rail Pizza Company in Historic Downtown Rogers.

    As far as Tandy Leather, there use to be one in Fayetteville on North College, inside the Radio Shack. I don’t have a clue if either of them are still there or not. But if Fayetteville is short on leather good stores, then there is you an opportunity, open one. I don’t know if Flying Possum Leather sells raw leather or not. There is also the College boot shop that I use to get all my boots re-soled that might sell leather.

    Take “this time of change” time to explore new things, not to worry about things. Make it an adventure and remember “Life is Good”. Now if I would have coined that phrase……well just saying as the guys that did are sitting pretty.

    Have a great MLK….inauguration day

  2. mj says:

    I love the comments about “worry” — oh so true! The pizza dilemma in Fayetteville is real. We went to the Union Restaurant in the new Chancellor Hotel on Saturday night to get their pizza. It was pretty yummy and then the waiter told us it was a good thing we had come when we did as they were dropping pizza from their menu this week. Story of my life.
    I do want to try the 2 places James mentions!

  3. catherine says:

    Thanks James and MJ. I agree James that Life is Good. Thanks for the heads up on the pizza places and I wish I liked baseball, but alas, I do not. Hope all is well.

  4. Charlotte says:

    I’m not sure about the pizza and leather, but I am sure I like the chain strapes. Very conservative. I do know about worrying – I’m an expert. I have to remind myself every day that I’m not in control and its a very good thing that I’m not.

    Thanks for being so faithful with your blog. I enjoy it so much.

    Love you and looking forward to this weekend.

  5. Emily says:

    I love the chains on the purses, and I think you should definitely keep using it while you got it! Get those bags up on Etsy–I’m planning to spam my friends (and FB again) with the link soon.

    The inauguration was fabulous and it was so cool to be able to go. We had a freaking good standing place too.

    I agree with all the smart people commenting on this blog re: worrying.

    • catherine says:

      When Mj and Charlotte are here this weekend, I plan on getting them to help me photograph the said bags and get them on Etsy!
      Glad the inauguration was great and I am glad i had a very small part in getting you tickets.

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