Tuesday, May 11, 2010
To Fair or Not to Fair? What a Question!
JL Folk Music Festival - rest my feet in the Sea of Galilee after square dancing with David. See you next year - just not behind a table!For some time now, most of my income has been from internet sales, and that's where I see my future as an artist. For the past 3 years, I've only participated in the annual Jacob's Ladder, and have delighted in it. However, even I can't justify attending a fair that takes my husband from work, takes up 8 collective days of 2 lives, and gives a profit of less than $50 per day... even if it's just once a year. Sadly, it would have been more intellegent to spend those days hyping up my blogs and internet stores. Fortuately, my husband and I both recognize that there are sometimes more important things than money - we genuinely had a great time, got to spend time with friends, and will return there as guests rather than vendors. While I'll miss being there as an artist, not selling at Jacob's Ladder will free me up to do what I've always wanted to do at the
Did you know I recycle?
I reuse shipping and packing materials whenever possible. If relevant, your package will include a note to let you know how I conserved resources when packing up your purchase.
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