Stimulating the economy
Mom and I sure did our part today to help alleviate the economic crisis. Shoes were purchased (two pair for Mom! A record! And a pair for me as a “commission”) which was the critical component. We tried to clear out the holiday aisles of Hobby Lobby, but their reserves are more than we could handle. I think we made a tiny dent. You’ve got to love 50% off.
There were two things that really struck us both on our shopping excursion. First, the lack of bodies around us. The weekend before Black Friday and yet the stores were painfully empty. Which leads to the second thing – aggressive sales people. I’ve never in my life been as worked by sales staff as we were today. They were clearly hurting for business in a BIG way.
I couldn’t sleep last night because the hamster in my brain was running along on that wheel as it likes to do sometimes – but the good news is that I think I got a potentially really great project idea out of it. I drew it out to describe it to Mom at lunch today, and she liked it too. Now if I can simply make it reality.
I have SO many projects to bead right now – but I haven’t really been able to plop down and dedicate the time to do it. My Thanksgiving week is looking beautifully devoid of places to be, however, and while I need to finish painting my bedroom before the Open House, there should also be time to get some designing work done too.
Bead Brunch at Nomadic Notions in the morning means I should be crawling into bed about now…