carrying on

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Les funk continues. This post from Kelly Rae Roberts read early this morning made me feel a little better. She is a mentor to me in many ways, but especially as an extremely successful creative entrepreneur. She's continually been very open & honest about the ongoing day to day struggles (both practical & emotional) while building a self sustaining creative business. There are goods & bads. Ups & downs. Highs & lows. It's a bumpy, at times overwhelming, road I'm on. Sometimes I feel sure of where I'm going, other times I feel I haven't a clue. Sometimes I absolutely thrive on all the challenges, other times I feel ready to throw in the towel, give in, give up & wave my white flag. But you know I won't, I know I won't ... let's try to keep calm & carry on

seaweed / Miss D L-O-V-E / hayfield with love / love in the front passenger's seat / bathroom reno with Flo's mirror

9 comments:

  1. Would ya look at that bathroom?!?! Contractors bathroom next?

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  2. I love, love your bathroom sink!!

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  3. -) that would be the contractors powder room - former home of the chainsaw & whipper snipper ;-)

    Sara that's our old sink (I like it too - especially it's front corners), lovely oak (painted puffball white now) cupboard (below)from MLou's old kitchen & the several hundred year old mirror that once hung in my grandmother Flo's upstairs hallway when I was a little girl.

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  4. I adore that photo of Miss Dee in the car. It speaks volumes that look.

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  5. hey, we have a sink just like that! found it one snowy 'big garbage day' a couple of years ago, and it's going in our bathroom once i ever get the renos underway!
    xo n

    ps: the new look is growing on me. still miss the colour, but....

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  6. me too Shammy !! LOVE her so

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  7. I'm here.

    Just checking in.

    lol

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  8. Susan your rennovations are so exciting. I remember the days when you were contemplating selling No.29 - thank goodness that did not eventuate.
    Your photo of the dry hayfield gives me itchy fingers to soak those grasses and weave a fine basket.
    Keep going through that funk - your results are always outstanding!

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