He won!! He won!!
This is a historical moment. I am so happy that I was able to share this with my family. Although, going to a party would have been fun too. lol.
I went on Etsy last night to celebrate with my Etsy friends. People were so happy, international Etsians were just as happy. You all know there had to be one hater in the crowd to try to spoil everything. I am surprised I didn't get muted. lol.
Now it's time for the real work to begin. WE are going to have to move forward as one country to get things done. I am sick of the separation. We can do this.
Nov 5, 2008
Posted by ShaNic Design at 10:33 AM
Nov 3, 2008
I frequent the forums a lot. I have met the most interesting and talented sellers by participating in them.
I came across 5erg, while responding to her thread. She is a wonderful painter and jewelry maker. She was asking fellow Etsians, to email pics of their eyes so she could paint them. I sent her mine and waited to see what she would create.
Well, I woke up yesterday morning, got ready for work, checked my email, and saw a convo from her, which contained the listing for my eye. I came home from work and someone bought the painting, 5 hours after it was listed. How cool is that?
Isn't it pretty?
Here is another fellow Etsian, weirdbuglady.
5erg, is really talented. Take a look at her shop , blog , and DeviantART Gallery . It will be worth it, trust me.
I have added a new chat feature to my blog. Anyone who knows me, knows I love to talk. So, if you have questions about my jewelry or you just want to chat, you can reach me in the chat box. It is connected to my Yahoo Messenger, so I will get it immediately. How cool is that? :)
More updates to come.
Posted by ShaNic Design at 1:53 AM
Nov 2, 2008
Guess what tomorrow is? Come on guess..It's Election Day.
I don't know about you, but I am so ready for it to be over. I am tired of the negative ads, I am tired of the blame game, I can go on and on. It is very important that you get out there and vote. I don't care who you vote for, I know who I am voting for (look to your right:) ). Too many people have fought and died for the right to vote. Don't let that struggle and fight be in vain.
This election is historical on so many levels. We could have the first African American President or the first female Vice President.
What are you going to tell your kids about this point in history? That you went out and voted, volunteered, etc.. or you stayed at home and watched T.V., because you didn't feel like waiting in line to vote. Which would you choose?
Get up, Get out, and Vote.