Friday, January 6, 2017

Welcome to the New Year!

I hope that you had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year! Christmas was fairly nice, family fun with lots of good food and games, but draining. Still...someone was missing and I know that it will NEVER be the same and 2016 wasn't very kind. I had a few issues going on with me personally, hope to have that resolved very soon. We had a rather serious upset in the reborn world. Seems someone has tried to monopolize the description of reborn combined with baby doll. Another big mess, using Baby FX air dry paints and loving them, then I find out they felt compelled to give up a wonderful product because of the expense in producing it. Shissh, that's so sad.

I have to have a new outlook, the other way definitely wasn't motivating to say the least, so I'm starting now! I have some custom memory babies that I am beginning to work on and completed a few cuties over the last year. 2017 is going to be an AWESOME year...one way or another! LOL

I will slowly continue my progress until I am a full throttle and hopefully with fewer setbacks~I have finally modified my nursery work area to my liking, don't know why it took me so long to figure it out. Duhhh. No matter, I was always told better late than never!
One of my problems was that my work area was too small when I redid it. I don't even think it is more than 10 inches wide. The idea before was to rid myself of free-standing tables. It didn't quite work out for me as you can see. I literally felt right down claustrophobic before, hence the free standing table.

Happy to say that the new year, my creative juices once again began to slowly flow. A lady named Theresa at Menards was very helpful and resourceful in getting me what I needed to accomplish my design modification after we got on the same page. It's the first time that the men made no sense to me nor I to them apparently. I just needed and wanted to keep it simple, not elaborate. On January 1, I worked on staging my drop down leaf  (in truth it will probably never get dropped down (chuckling to myself)), but it's always possible if I need to! By the 2nd of January I had it all set up and ready for work. YEAHHHH!


The legs fold neatly under and attach to the bottom of the leaf with a hook and eye which was her great idea, I had something else in mind but this was just as sweet, cost effective and easier. Now that's more like it!


Well, I'll stop here and I have some wonderful photos to add for the next time that I hope that you'll enjoy. Until then sweet dreams and blessings!


From my heart to yours... Hugs, Judie www.loveisforevernursery.com

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