Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Not gone, just busy

Another busy week. Getting moved into another booth where I will be selling my handpainted, repurposed furniture along with frames, matting and my older black and white prints. This market is new, just opened on North Forth in Albuquerque. Should be a cool place for all kinds of cool stuff. I will try to get some photos posted soon of the painted furniture and my new booth.

Spring is finally here and along with the rain yesterday, we have the sun today! It sure is a lovely day here in the Land of Enchantment. Not to mention they are finally getting my street repaved, so we no longer are living on a dirt road! We can finally wash our poor dirty car! :)


Anonymous said...

Congradulations on having your own booth. I know that you must be a bit nervous huh? Well, my thoughts are with ya girly! Your work is wonderful, I'm sure that people will buy it all out.

Mary Timme said...

Best of good luck and fortune on the new booth. Busy is spring's other name I think.

Paula Manning-Lewis said...

Thanks for the nice words Angela and Mary! I'm not nervous at all, in fact, I'm having a blast! I will get a new blog up soon, I have so much to share!

Peace all! :)

Susana said...

Hi Paula! Good luck with everything. I Do agree with Mary, Busy IS probably Springs other name! :) Just don't forget to stop and smell the roses! With all the work we've had with The Neighborhood Market, I'm looking forward to the April Etsy craft party! It sounds like lots of fun and I can't wait. I'm going to try and make some fun/extravagant cupcakes or petite fours to fit in with the theme!

Hot Mommy said...

Great Paula, i will try to make some time to come check it out! I found an etsy artist that you might find an interest in, please check out her site TTJewelryByChristine.etsy.com i just love seeing you progress and move forward it truly is an inspiration. Much Love! Amy

Philip said...

Loooking forward to seeing the photos.

Don't mention weather. We had no winter to speak of and now it's Spring it's done nothing but rain along with a cold, unrelenting wind. The climate is all upside down!

Paula Manning-Lewis said...

Thanks for the comments! Susana, as you can see from my last post, I always take time to smell the flowers! I love them!

Amy, I will check out that shop, it actually sounds familiar. I'm glad I can be an inspiration for you!

Philip, You aren't lying about the climate being upside down! We haven't had this much snow in NM in ages!