Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Romantic Storyteller

~The Ocean Voyage~
...they sailed the ocean together,stopping at their whim
& pulling into ports to collect harvests of flowers to take
back to their garden...

I love meeting my customers & I recently got have coffee with one of my loveliest customers Miss April (who has a lovely little shop right here)! She is sweet as can be & has thee best taste in music (she introduced to me this amazing singer! ) & she pays me the nicest compliments :) I think I'll keep her around! Anywho, my point in all that is to say that when I get a chance to chat with buyers they usually ask me about the names & stories of my creations. 'Tis quite embarrassing as most of them are a bit "unlucky in love/tragic romance/" in nature. Like this for example :)

I've been trying to switch it up a bit but they always call me back to the love stories & when I'm asked how I come up these ridiculous romantic notions & I tell them the truth, that the pieces "speak" to me & then they tell their own stories...well, people tend to think I'm a bit bonkers :)
It should be know that my own love life is rather tragic & pathetic !
Which might explain ...

~Violet's Visions~
...she awoke with tears in her eyes,
the memory of her dreams dancing slightly out of reach
as the sun rose,
tearing away her visions with the dawn of a new day...

Well, there's always the silly/cheeky themes...

~Pink Cadillac~
...she cruised the streets in her pink Cadillac
... painfully aware of the jealousy of all the other Mary Kay sales reps wasn't her fault she was naturally gifted in making those dowdy women
look like models with the wave of her pink manicured fingers ;)


I'm having a 4th of July sale in the shop!
25% off your purchases now through Sunday!
Enter coupon code GoodGirls4th in the message to seller & your discount will be refunded to you through paypal.



Kate said...

You're the best! Have a happy 4th!

Philip O'Mara said...

It’s time to read a great new romantic comedy, entitled Classes Apart.
This is an adult sporting comedy that follows the fortunes of Paul Marriot, the secretary of the Barnstorm Village Sunday soccer team and coach of a school cricket team in Yorkshire, England. The story describes the remarkable camaraderie between the players and supporters of this little club and their desire to achieve success. The team had previously been known more for its antics off the field, rather than their performances on it.

During his time at the club he meets and becomes involved with Emma Potter, who is the sister of James Potter, a major player for their bitter rivals Moortown Inn. Thus, begins an entangled web of romance and conflict. He also begins working at Derry High School, a school with a poor reputation of academic success, where he becomes coach of the school cricket team. Here he develops an amazing relationship with the children and they embark on an epic journey.