Slings and Arrows …

I’ve had a really strange week. Things have gone haywire on many levels (yes, I know I covered this in my last post, but it continued right up to today, and this is my blog, so I’m entitled to whinge, okay??) But it seems to be leveling out now, so we can only go up from here.

How was Dr Who last night??!?! Okay, so you Brits reading this will have seen last night’s ep months ago, but us poor Aussies only just got to see it – and wasn’t it worth the wait!?! I’m loving this new series and it is the first time I’ve ever seriously considered writing a fan letter to an executive producer (Russell T. Davies). Seriously. Continue reading “Slings and Arrows …”

Halloween is coming, that’s a given …

… if my week is anything to go by.

I’m not really complaining, but it’s been a strange few days, full of miscommunication and crossed wires.

And it’s not just me suffering whatever effects the planets are dealing out right now. Peter Costello (our current Federal Treasurer, who really wants to be PM, but that’s another – and very old – story), had a major slip of the tongue yesterday during Parliment Question Time when he announced that it would be the last Question Time before the election. He quickly corrected himself, stating that it COULD be, but, by then, the black cat was out of the bag. Continue reading “Halloween is coming, that’s a given …”

The Muse just took me, promise …

That’s the only explanation I can find for the sudden burst of creativity that I’ve been experiencing with my shop.

I’m having lots of fun doing my Halloween designs (more on that next blog post), but have been primarily concentrating on my Shakespeare designs.

I even created a Shakespeare calendar for 2008! For me, this is a big deal, as I’m normally waaay behind and would have not even thought about it until a week before Christmas, so I’m a little bit proud of myself. Continue reading “The Muse just took me, promise …”

The wonderful world of online shopping

Sally McLeanWell, I’ve just spent the last three days straight revamping my online store – and they say MySpace is addictive!

What started as an innovative and cost-effective way to provide merchandising for the various theatre and film productions I was involved in, ballooned into a full-time obsession complete with now over 170 designs on far too many kinds of products to list here.

And this happened because I’d thought of all these sayings and designs that I wanted to wear, and yet no-one had created them yet for me to buy. Then I discovered CafePress and the rest, as they say, is history. Continue reading “The wonderful world of online shopping”