Volume 8 Issue 6 June 2011
What's New in June?
Montana—As you may know, we did make our trek from Florida to Montana for at least the next few months. We are trying out Montana and they are trying us out. Due to the delays in the shuttle launch, I missed the last Endeavor launch and actually got to see it on The Weather Channel in the breakfast lobby at a motel in Wyoming. Just not the same as watching it from my kitchen table, but am enjoying the new things that Montana has to offer. What a gorgeous state!
Blu got to see snow for the first time when we went up into the Hyalite Canyon area and trekked partway around the reservoir. There has been more snow and he wore us out and we all enjoyed the hike. It has only been a few days in the last month that the temperature has risen above60 degrees. This is quite a change for me, it was 96 degrees when I left Florida!
I have not unpacked my clay or my equipment, as we are in a small cabin and I have no room to just spread it all out. I unpack what I need when I need it and put it all away at the end of the day. Maybe I should have been doing that all along and my work station wouldn’t have gotten so cluttered and messy!
Polymer Clay Canes—I am utilizing eBay for some deep discounts on my canes. I just drug three big boxes of individually wrapped canes all the way across the country and now I am anxious to start creating new ones, so I have to let these go. I don’t normally use eBay for anything, but I thought what the heck? I also put up a lot of my floral round beads.
These canes are also available on www.bluemorningexpressions.com and along with some regular canes, these custom color canes are located in the cane section. I reorganized the cane section and split it up by type and color. That makes it much easier for everyone to find what they are looking for. I will be adding more geometric and kaleidoscope canes as soon as I unpack some of my tools.
As always, thank you for all your support and emails.
Until next month,
Julie & Blu