64. Shame on me.

Holy #$%^, I am really a terrible blogger, aren’t I?  I haven’t written anything in two months!  I swear I have some good excuses, but I won’t list them.  Okay, maybe I’ll just mention that I had a summer student I had to create a project for and occupy for the past 10 weeks.  And two more jewelry shows.  And a handful more that I’m preparing for over the next 5 months.  And I made a ton of new stuff for my Etsy shop, all of which is slowly getting photographed and listed.  And I started a band with my husband and a new drummer and we’ve been practicing twice a week.

Nope, I haven’t been busy at all. 😉

Anyway, the real purpose of this post is for me to give a formal apology.  So, here it goes: I’m sorry!  I’m so sorry for anyone who has been anxiously awaiting a message in her inbox announcing that I have a new post.  (Are there any of you?  Anyone?) I hope you’ll still read about my crazy crafting adventures and attempts to build my own furniture.

I honestly didn’t realize how long it’s been since my last post.  Not until last week’s email asking me if I was ever going to do a full post for our knockoff Restoration Hardware platform bed.  Answer: Yes, I am!  And soon!  I promise.  (Fah realz this time.)

So, what’s new with all of you cool cats?  Anyone make anything fancy lately?

I’ll be back…tomorrow!

XO,
Gabriella

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4 thoughts on “64. Shame on me.

  1. Life gets in the way, understandable 🙂 We are still out here, your patient readers, awaiting your next blog full of amazing inspiration as we reread your old posts! 😀 We thank you!!

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  2. i think you should be ashamed of yourself copying a copy of a registered “oil painting print”. Neal Butcher would not be happy if he knew you were making copies… isn’t this illegal since he has registered prints made???

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    • FYI, I didn’t make a copy. It’s a legitimate, registered print that I purchased from Goodwill (which you would know if you actually read my blog, especially that post). There is documentation on the back.

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