Thank you all for another great week of your thoughtful comments! Wondering what posts caused the most stir this week? Want to know what your fellow shoppers are thinking? Read on and discover…
On Easter Best:
“Easter now is very different for me then it was when I was growing up. I was born and raised in Poland and our Easter was very traditional. Easter basket was filled with decorated eggs, bread, salt and sausage (of course) that we took to church. A big gathering of family for Easter branch. More sausage LOL. Not at all a commercialized holiday (today is a little different from what I hear). Although I try to uphold and teach my kids our tradition I always enjoy taking them to Easter egg hunt and seeing they faces fill with joy when they get their Easter baskets (no sausage but full of candy). It’s fun celebrating the holiday both ways.” – Joanna Gizinska.
On Interview with Lynn Lefler of WomanWithTools:
“I know Lynn from the ning group Hearts And Hands United of we are members, and have admired her work since I joined. The ancient techniques she employs in crafting her jewelry, make her work really stands out from what is currently available in on-line shops. A very nice interview from a talented artist.” – Karin Mosseri.
On Interview with Anne Cope of Mayasmomma’s Design Studio:
“OMG…just logged on and this was here. I have a Pirate for a son (since he’s 18 mos old, he’ll be 5 in April). There’s nothing better than living a life of pillaging and plundering with him. LOL. These are great!” – kim.
On her interview:
“Wow, thank you so much for including my plus size swimsuit designs on your blog, I really appreciate it! I am a “one woman show” and work hard at my craft. I have received many inquiries and orders because of your blog. My models love wearing my swimsuit designs and I think they are so brave for allowing themselves to be viewed before the entire world!” – By Ro Designs.
On Shop Local: Southern California, USA:
“This is an excellent article and I am living proof of it! Living in SoCal, I have been using my tiny origami business to offset the costs of living and schooling. If anything, it gives me the spare cash I need to enjoy life once and a while ;)” – Christina.