Surviving a holidayNovember 28, 2011 at 1:42 pm | Posted in knitting, Life, shopping | Leave a comment
Tags: art, Cyber Monday, family, home, knitting, Life, thoughts, women
Thanksgiving Day was the most relaxing Thanksgiving holiday I think I have had as an adult. Unfortunately, the rest of the weekend was spent nursing my dear daughter through a three-day migraine. So sad for her, and stressful for me. I don’t mean that as a complaint, it just is what it is. Giving care to someone in that kind of pain while simultaneously caring for a 2-1/2 year old full of robust enthusiasm for life (which is totally great) takes a toll on my body after the first day and a half.
Thereofre, I hope you will all bear with me that, though I would love to post an interesting blog today and show you the cool progress I have made on the first of the knucks I am designing and knitting for me (and ultimately for you all to have a shot at knitting), I just don’t have it in me to photograph the knitting or do the writing. I will spring back quickly, and will share that with you in a couple of days.
I know you have been getting a lot of “sale” posts from me lately, but please bear with me as I do one more of those this morning. It is a big shopping day, and it would be prudent of me to offer something to encourage a few more sales. Be patient, please … I will be back to giving you the content you love after my neck and shoulders relax some from the past few days activity. Promise.
Here is the “Cyber Monday” sale info for anyone interested:
1) From me: 20% everything in my Etsy store. This is a first, and not likely to happen again, but it is the quickest thing I could think of to implement. So, use this code: CYBERFARM in my Etsy store. This is good through today.
2) From my son (Flying Junction): 20% off everything in his Etsy store or at his website with this code at checkout: CYBER20 at either place. This is very coo, because he normally doesn’t offer discounts off of his beautiful canvas prints. This offer is good throughout today, Monday the 28th of November.
Now I will go see what I can do to get my muscles to relax. I look forward to showing you what is happening with my knucks, because I do think this is going to be a cool project that you will enjoy.
Have a beautiful day,