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:
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:
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.