Order your AGLF Calendar here!
This beautiful calendar was created to help raise funds for the legal action taken filed against a disgruntled former glass bead seller on etsy. Deb explains the situation on her website so much better than I ever could. And I really don't type well either.
Anyway it is a beautiful calendar so if you need one please consider purchasing one from Deb's site (link above) Here's a couple of pictures from the inside, drooling allowed, lol.
That's my work in the last photo, bottom right. Yes, I was one of the people falsely accused of being a tax evader. Been paying taxes on my art and craft work before I even had a computer or the internet. I was a rather ADD type of crafter, little bit of this and that, throw in some wearables, cute hand painted kidswear. You get the picture, if I liked it I'd go home and get the stuff to make it.
I would like to extend my condolences to "Betsymn" who lost her husband recently. She has been one of the driving forces behind the AGLF and is the one who put the calendar together. She & a few others have worked countless hours collecting and posting info, keeping us all up to date on the legal stuff. It is because of their hard work that we are able to pursue justice in this matter. Thank you is not enough. Betsy, may God bless you with peace and comfort.
Busy next couple of days. DH has friends in town from the UP (MI's upper penisula) so we're meeting them tonight. I have to make more beads to get up in the store pronto. Really need to clean my work table, think the mess is messing with my creativity. Monday I have to get my tax records together for the accountant. Nice thing about hubby being in business, we've had the same CPA over 25 yrs. Just collect your stuff and drop it off to them. Have a sewing project that I absolutely have to at least get started soon. It's a big one and needs to be done by spring.
Pet Peeve of the Day- when someone scraps dirty butter back into the butter tub. lol, am I the only one that hates it when I open the butter and find a bunch of yuck on the side?
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Posted by Karen Klomparens, Glass Addict and Artisan at 2:52 PM