Movin' on up... and out!  

Friday, February 27, 2009

I just need to take a minute to expound on the end goal of everything we are doing now. Yes, it would be moving to the Valley. 

For many years now, both me and Denise have been dreaming of living and working in the beautiful Valley area. It's, I think, a combination of the landscape, people, produce, and the good vibrations that naturally occur there. Bliss.

We want to have our combined jewelry and handbag/sewing business, and Denise writing and me painting. To be able to live and work in this Goddess blessed place is our shared goal. We also hope to meet nice pagan friendly/veggie men there. Wonder if they grow in the ground, like I think they must.

I always feel the stress  and worry melt away as soon as we hit the area. We love the Blomidon area in general. Those majestic cliffs, and the quiet beach. Love going up the mountain and looking out at the valley below. More bliss.

When we have a poopy day, and things don't seem to be working out, we will often try to remember all our trips down to the valley, and our goal to get there. ASAP. 

~ Denise

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3 comments: to “ Movin' on up... and out!

  • Shimmermeblue
    February 27, 2009 at 1:07 PM  

    Thanks for following! I followed back. Good luck to you both on attaining your goal! You have a lovely shop.

  • freshie (and zero)
    March 2, 2009 at 7:04 PM  

    Those pictures are gorgeous! I think living in the country sounds fabulous... as long as it's close to some cute boutiques... and sushi. :)

    I just saw your follower widget! Maybe I should add one to my blog?

  • geschichtenvonkat
    March 7, 2009 at 11:15 PM  

    i couldn't agree more...moving to the woods and having a garden, huge windows, and a creaky old farmhouse (with a huge studio of course) is what i dream about everyday in my little basement apartment as i sew. cheers to beautiful dreams, but more importantly, shirking all convention and going straight after them! :)


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