So, this past weekend my mom gathered all of us kids together (my brothers and their families as well as mine). She had something to announce. No one knew what was going on as mom had never done this before. However, since im the favorite (lol) I was aware of what she was doing.
She announced that there was going to be not only a new addition to the family...but THREE additions. My oh so smart brothers immediately asked if she was pregnant...OMG...really??? LMFAO!
She found one of my foster brothers from 25 years ago (she was a foster parent for many years when I was growing up). So we reunited with him and met his wife and young son. It was a great time and a very unexpected surprise for everyone else...
Here is a pic of me and the family together. From left to right...my middle adopted brother, MOM, my oldest full blood brother, me, my long lost foster brother and my youngest half brother. It was a good time had by all!
Ok...now on to other business...
So I am having a dilemma of whether or not I should make a Valentine doll. I have one in mind but am thinking it may just be too close to the holiday to sell. I also vowed to myself (as i have for the past countless years) that I would devote the slow season to gearing up for the following Halloween and Christmas seasons. Although I do have a few fireworks that I should probably finish up for Independence day selling. I have also made up some new Valentine Hang Tags and St Patricks tags (below).
Outside of that, I can't decide if I should just delve back into Halloween and Christmas items.
I need your help as my loyal followers, customers, friends and business associates...would you rather see more product variety for the soon to be here Halloween/Christmas season? Or would you like to see items for all seasons/holidays?
You can email me your thoughts, comment here, on facebook or wherever you'd like to get the message to me. I would just like some feedback from ya'll since you are what keeps me in business and you are what keeps me going with new ideas, etc.
Until next time...