You can now see a limited preview of what will be available in the Marmunia print shop after the new year! I am still working out a few kinks with the printers, but we should have it all settled within the week. I will be adding more of my collages soon, and later I may offer some prints of my photographs. I have yet to discover where I'd like to have those printed.
I'd love to hear your thoughts and feelings about what you see. I'm a little nervous to reveal it all to the world, but excited too.
Family and food are all I really wanted for Christmas, and I got it all.
I hope you all had a very warm and happy holiday!
I was on a lunch date with my Uncle last Friday when our server spilled wine all over my weekend bag and my coat. The poor girl felt terrible, as did I to see my stuff covered in purple stains (and her face covered in tears). The restaurant is going to replace my bag and pay to have my coat cleaned, thank goodness. So now I am scrambling to find a replacement before they forget or change their minds.
The one that most closely resembles my bag (and also the most reasonable choice) is probably bag number two, by Hope. I don't love it, but it will have to do. I wish I could swap my canvas and leather weekender out for a Vanessa Bruno bag, but I know that's asking too much. Still though, I am dreaming about it.
The weeks are flying by and I can't figure out where the time is going. Living with Gramma is such a time warp. I am really enjoying the special memories we're making, but I sure do miss my life that I left behind over a month ago. I feel so disconnected from everything, despite all of the efforts I make toward spending time with my friends and bussing to Seattle every chance I get. It's extremely different from the way things were before my move. Not bad necessarily, but so different! I am living in a completely different world where I find myself feeling frustrated with my inability to be present in the other parts of my life that I wish I could be. Hopefully I can find a way to arrange my time and space so that it is better balanced.
PS. To those of you whom I have received emails from in the past month, I apologize for not responding yet! I have read every single one and have the intentions of getting back to each of you.
1. North South Tote, by A.P.C., 2. Canvas Tote Bag, by Hope, 3 - 6. New Satchel, Lune Hobo, and Lune Satchel, by Vanessa Bruno.
There are many quiet moments living with Gramma, and so plenty of time for reading. I've been really enjoying Diane Keaton's book, Then Again. I can relate so well to the way her mother wrote and collaged in journals her whole life. It inspired me to keep all of mine after I've been debating over what to do with them, and to keep it up!
Ps. Joanna of Cup of Jo featured Little Dipper (again!) in her Etsy gift guide. Yippee!
1. Janis Hat, by Steven Alan, 2. Silk Colorblock Crew Socks, by Hansel From Basel, 3. Little America Backpack, by Herschel Supply Co., 4. Rufus Clog, by Rachel Comey, 5. Camera Strap, by Leathinity, 6. Fillmore Glasses, by Warby Parker, 7. Judith Computer Bag, by Henrik Vibskov, 8. O-Check Large Notebook, by Top Hat, 9. Banshu-Ori Scarf, by Tamaki Niime.
Pretty nuts at the market.
I am starting to feel really frustrated and pretty bummed by my inability to write here lately. Marmunia, I miss you! I really dislike being this out of touch.
I am visiting with my mom, about to start our Christmas cookie baking. I am so excited about this holiday season.