I stopped in to an old school shoe repair shop the other day. It was really neat, like a step back in time. You can read about it, and see more pictures, HERE.
This site is to inform people of our activities, details of our products, and acquaint them with our family. So, with that in mind, here’s a more recent family picture. A few of the guys aren’t part of the immediate family. The cowboy in the middle married my oldest daughter, and the tall guy fourth from the left is a nephew of mine. The rest are all our bunch.
Next, I wanted to tell readers about our Etsy store. We will be selling direct from this site; but first we’ll use other sites like Etsy and Ebay. The Etsy store still needs things added to the profile and homepage, but I have 16 items listed for sale. They’re just a certain type of clip art known as a vector file, but I’ll be adding more tangible items in the future. Here’s a picture of one of the files; this isn’t the actual file itself:
Cameras don’t always record things well. I noticed in the stove ashes some perfectly formed tree bark, from a log that burned. The first picture is a close up of those ashes. I made a gif from the lights on and lights off pictures. Both pictures are the exact same camera position.
Here’s a link to the gif: Ashes & Embers