Sometime last week I was driving and get an incoming call on my cell phone. It comes up as “no number” so I am assuming its a telemarketer…I answer and the person asks for me, and I hang up…thinking “yep..telemarketer” Well they call back (this is where it becomes clear, its not some one calling to tell me I may have won a diamond tennis bracelet. So I answer..same guy…He says he is with the Boston Globe and would like to interview me for an article they are doing on the Bazaar Bizarre. Man, I felt dumb…I am sure he knew I hung up on him, but took my excuse of “I’m on a cell phone, it must have cut out”..such a nice guy! Today the article is in the paper…and look my happy little breads on the cover!
I don’t have a copy, so I havent been able to read the article yet…But the nice guy I hung up on is bringing me a copy at the Bazaar :)
I also got an email the other day from Caylie in Australia asking if I new I was in an Australian magazine called Get Creative http://www.getcreative.com.au/ . I emailed the magazine and asked if I could get a copy. Its a great two page spread about the Renegade craft fair. Jenny Frecklewonder there is a shot of your table in there too! Its hard to read but the text reads: “One of the most unusual vendors we had was My Paper Crane who made plush food items like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, burnt toast, and donuts.”
This morning we woke up to a house that was somewhere below 50 degrees. Sometime last night our noisey heat died. So now its just a waiting game until the heat people get here to see whats going on. My son is wearing two layers of clothing (2 pairs of pants, everything!) I am wearing mittens as I type this…and worst part is, we can’t leave. We need to be here to let the people in.
So its around 30 degrees outside, and lets hope they arrive soon! Meanwhile I am trying to keep busy (and warm) by getting orders packed and things made. Every ten minutes or so I make my son run around the house with me to get our hearts pumping and fingers a little less frozen :)
If you are coming to the Bazaar Bizarre this weekend, you will find I have some small woodblock collages for sale (like the paper boat one above)
You will also find these new cupcakes (Which will be added to the shop after Christmas)
Last night we went and picked out our tree. Tom bought a new saw for the occasion…which will hence forth be our Christmas tree saw. It looks so pretty (the tree, not the saw) all decorated and lit up. Its funny that no matter how cliche it seems, it really is awesome to go through and remember all the memories behind the ornaments as you hang them up. We have our little Kogepan one, which we got in Boston the year our oldest son stuck his hand in an outdoor foutain (to try and get the $) This was of course the middle of winter. Good stuff!