Sunday, August 7, 2011

Sunday evening....

Hello!
How's everyone this evening? It's been a beautiful day here in NC and we have enjoyed our weekend  
  immensely. Personally,I have been busier than I usually am for this time of year. I know a lot of folks are saying that they think Primitive (style) decorating is on the decline...I have to disagree...I have such great customers and new ones are stopping by everyday. I am so Blessed!! But, you have to keep in mind that I work really hard at my business.....I am always thinking ahead. You have to, when you make handmades. Today you can be swamped, but if you are not careful, and ignor your site...your business will slack off. That's why I am constantly doing new products and selling in different venues. Sometimes, it's hard to keep it all straight...
But on to other news....

 Here's a few things that I've finished up in past few days...


There's several new goodies over at my web site. Stop over if you get a chance...
And there's a new special too!

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Have I mentioned that we had our first ever-raised garden this year? Can't remember if I have or not, LOL!! But, anyhow, we have been so pleased with the results. (NO ACHING BACKS, LOL!)

This was the beginning....

This was several weeks ago....

Can't seem to find the latest pic I took, but let me assure you...we have had tons of zucchini, cucumbers, peppers and now, the best German Johnson tomatoes ever...
This is one tomato that I sliced one evening. I couldn't believe how many slices...
For the first time in my life, I am tired of tomato sandwiches and cucumbers in marinade. LOL!! Hubby says he's gonna remind me in February that I got tired of cucumbers...

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Well, I should work on a few stitcheries while I'm watching TV, so I'm gonna run for now.
Thanks for stopping by! Come back soon!
Hugs and Blessings,
Shari

3 comments:

Primitive Echoes said...

Hey I love your garden. Can you give me more details on how you built it?
Does it have fencing all around? What did you grow? We do raised beds too but they don't look that good.
Kat

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

I don't think prim decorating is on the decline. I feel that it is very strong. I have a hard time keeping up with my website, booth, blogland, etc. along with every day life. Sometimes I feel very overwhelmed.
Your garden looks awesome. We got our first tomato the other day, cucumbers, peppers and green beans won't be ready for awhile.
Have a wonderful week!
Prim Blessings
Robin

Angie Berry said...

I'm sure with your busy-ness that it can get overwhelming. You are constantly making something. Which, by the way, I always love!

Your garden looks wonderful and sounds like it did really well, good for you.