Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Crazy Jayne's

I hope that you all had warm and peace-filled holidays! Our family stayed home and enjoyed the special time together...exchanging presents, eating goodies and experiencing the joy of Christmas through the eyes of a 3 year old!

Simply June is already hitting the ground running. I have so many ideas for the new year and so many new friends have been knocking on our doors with opportunities. We are so thankful!

The online shop is going to be updated soon with new items and some of the "old favorites". I'm doing a little research before I pick out my new umbrella photography lights...a gift from my parents for Christmas! I'm excited to take new product photos and get the shop up stocked.

Simply June goodies are soon to be found in other shops as well...stay tuned for more news on that!

If you are in the Boston area, stop by Crazy Jayne's who is now carrying our pre-K and children's wipe-clean aprons! The proprietress, Gretchen, is absolutely delightful as is the whole atmosphere of her shop. You absolutely have to go in and take a peek.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Deck the Halls

I'm still here! We recently finished up a successful holiday season of craft shows and then jumped right into our own holiday merriment...decorating our digs, baking cookies, spending time with friends, tearing open presents that have been arriving on our doorstep daily... I have so many things to share and can't wait to fill you in on all of the happenings at SimplyJune.

I decked our halls this week with some new "Merry Christmas" banners that I made and gave some to friends to spread the cheer. Can I tell you how much I love ultra fine glitter? I'm seriously going to have glittered the whole house by the end of the season.

We also priming for a VERY white Christmas here in New England... two snow storms last week and a predicted dusting turned into a day of fluffy white snow falling from above. Our first major storm of the season arrived last Thursday and workers took to the roads early for a safer commute home. Jason was on the road for 5 1/2 hours driving his regular 45 minute commute. We were very happy to welcome him to a toasty warm home.

So, visit again...we're back with lots of little goodies to share.