The last few months have been a blur, as I knew they would be. I spent a lot of time gearing up for the greatest local craft show, Indie Emporium, then catching up after it -with lots of Etsy custom orders (yay!) plus my own holiday shopping/shipping to take care of (all of my kids/grandkids live in different states). I am pausing a moment to catch my breath and catch up with you guys.
I was recently mentioned in a Tulsa World article (about Tulsa's old movie theaters) that had a very serendipitous result; both myself and Vern Stefanic are featured in it. Vern is married to my sister. Reporter Jimmie Trimmle had no idea; no reason to ask, no reason to tell, although I did have a sneaky suspicion it might be him when he mentioned “an article, written back in 1983” during our interview. But he never said his name. It was a pretty neat Sunday morning surprise. You can see it HERE
Another cool thing happened before 2014 was over: I was contacted and asked if I wanted to lead a class for OSU’s OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) spring schedule. The subject? Why, Tulsa history of course. I am looking forward to doing this beginning in February at the Tulsa Historical Society. You can see the course HERE (scroll down to page 28)
While things have slowed down quite a bit now that the holidays are over, I am still designing and printing new pillow covers. Here are a few:
Last but not least, in addition to Made:Tulsa, my pillows will soon be for sale over at the Vintage Vault- yay!