Whew, I’m still a little wiped out from this weekend.
It was a crush to get everything all set for Unique LA but it turned out to be a good show.
My table was, as it often seems to be, a kind of a color and design overload as you can see: The picture came out a little muted (frightening statement I realize) but trust me – there was a lot of color in a very small space…seizure inducing color…..really gotta work on that.
The crowd was great and Sonja who is in charge of all things Unique did an amazing job. Free food, free drinks and a great party vibe!
I even had a few people who remembered me from the Holiday Show and came back because I was sold out of whatever it was they wanted at the time. How cool it that?!
I also acquired what I think are my favorite ever booth neighbors. Amy (and her husband) of Lemonbird Handmade Jams
B) They make truly, sinfully, delicious jams and such. Trust me, her Salted Carmel Jam is insanely good!
So, the Unique LA hurdle has been cleared and now it’s time to get back to work and get seriously organized. You may recall a post a while ago about how I was going to get seriously organized.
It didn’t happen.
But this time it will!
Oh. And I may be going crazy.
You see, I spend a lot of time at home alone now and I read a tip about how to get and stay organized.
The suggestion was that every time you put something down you should ask yourself “is that where that goes?”
I’m not usually a big believer in ideas like that but this one appealed and I found myself doing it.
At first it was great but after a while you realize that you’ve basically released your inner nag.
So now every time I set anything down this kind of obnoxious voice in my head says:
“Is that where that goes?”
And, of late, another, angry/annoyed voice has taken to shouting in response:
“IT IS NOW!!!!!!”
So, I’m all alone and hearing voices.
I mean, I guess as long as they don’t start saying things like “kill” or “my precious” or “it will put the lotion in the basket” I’m OK but I think I need to get some books on tape or something.