Today I spent time trying to figure out Twitter. It actually looks like garbeled text to me! So now I need to figure out how to use it. I've been told that it's great for promoting and just letting folks know what you're doing right now. So most of the morning I spent looking around at people that were interesting and that I might want to follow and found this really cool article about one of my guild members. Ann Arbor: Artisan Market Profile On Kristen Perkins Glass Jewelry
Today is one of those day that Mr. Procrastination is really busy ! I need to be cleaning beads, pricing, and making jewlery for a gallery show that also needs to be dropped off my Monday! EEEE!KKK! I can't imagine how i'm going to get it all done...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Bead Bonanza 2010! Sunday, October 10, 2010
It's that time again, The Great Lake Beadworkers Guild "Fall Bead Bonanza" , this Sunday, October 10, 2010 from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. For those of you not familiar, this event occurs twice a year - April and October. Held at the Southfield Municipal Complex Pavilion in Southfield, Mi at 26000 Evergreen Road, it's adjacent to the Southfield City and Police Offices. You'll find it very convenient to the I-96 expressway and the John C. Lodge Freeway. Exit at Evergreen Rd and go North. You can't miss it! This show is open to the public but you can still get wholesale prices with volume purchasing from some of the vendors. Parking is Free and Admission is only $4.00.
The tiger with wings belongs to Joy, the Island girl belongs to Denise, and the floral is mine..... The three of us make up Fire Foxes glass ( but we still have our own business).
My other obligation is to the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center...I'll post these pictures later.
Plus my pup has to go into the vet again..seems we go almost weekly, and the price of his meds are spiraling out of control. Today it's his eyes, he has lost the capability to make tears and so has to use artificial ones. The last 2 months we haven't been able to groom him because he won't let anyone touch him. The vet has said they would do it for about $250, unbelievable! They want to know him out, to do the grooming, but won't guarantee he'll wake up. So I'm not real anxious about having that done...I'll probably try the old groomer, they seemed not to have any problems with him.