Thursday Thoughts

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Hello everyone. I am sorry for the break in posting yesterday.  Life has just been extra busy. I thought I'd just share some thoughts and links today and give you a little update.

Last week I told you about a job opportunity I was pondering. I am happy to say that the fit is just right for me and I began doing blog outreach work for a wonderful company based in California late last week. I can work from home and I get to talk with other bloggers about natural, green beauty products. I get to write, do social media, and I also get to work a very flexible schedule. I've found the work to be lots of fun as well!



I also have been busily preparing for Mayday Underground Arts + Craft, which will be held at the Main Street Armory in Rochester from 10-4 this Saturday. I will have my complete line of jewelry there. Prices will be discounted a bit because I want to clear out as much as possible, as I will be taking a break from my jewelry for a while. My writing gigs, need for more time heading into summer, plus a sore and swollen right hand from the repetitive motion when I use my  jewelry tools is the reason.

I've also been busy blogging for the Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester's largest daily newspaper. I'd love for you to check out today's piece about Elizabeth West Thompson, a friend and local mom. You may know her from the blog, Chandelierious. Anyway, she is back on stage after a long hiatus to perform in "Tommy."

Top handmade by Peppermint
$19.99

In other news, I've told you before about my talented local friend Tanvi from Excessary. She's going to be at Mayday on Saturday as well. I have to give a shout out to her because she just launched a line of clothing she designed called Peppermint. Her clothes are stunning. Check out her new line today!

Lastly, I had fun and good conversation last night going out to dinner with my friend Christine from the blog A Good Life. We braved a tornado watch and horrible wind and rain to meet at Irondequoit's Monte Alban Mexican Grill on East Ridge Road. Yum!

Have a beautiful afternoon!
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