Oh so thankful that the sun is bright and glowing. Not just because it's time to break out the spring dresses but also because that means we can get our roof on our cabin. YAY!
Last weekend our good friend came up from the coast to help Gus do some building.
Another friend from here in Covelo also volunteered his time to help out.
|beautiful little spot on the way up to our place|
Oh the fun of spring. On another note, we just became parents of 2 new chickies.. I like to call them my beep a deeps. They are the sweetest and I've been spending a lot of time with them. I even made them a Beep A Deep Hotel complete with sliding curtains and a door with a button knob.
They are quickly out growing their little house though.
Oh yes and an update on Red Moon Arrow... well the shop has been undergoing some major reconstruction...I acquired some more space for the shop and now have an entire back studio work room. It's so awesome! It came with built in shelving which has worked out perfect for keeping all my inventory and supplies organized. I've been painting some furniture for the shop and a rad spiral plant stand I scored at the Sacramento Antique Fair over Easter Sunday.
|the back room|
|a cute little mini piano I found at an antique store. Now I just need to manifest a teacher!|
|Handmade silk lamps from OM GALLERY- Santa Cruz|
I ordered some really cute cactus plants off etsy and then painted a bunch of pots to transplant them into. Then I found a vintage cactus book complete with illustrations. So I got out the handy dandy modge podge and went to town. Voila!
Lots of new inventory has been coming in to the shop too! I am now carrying Nikki McClure prints, Volta Organics soaps and salves, Big Dipper Wax Works candles, chocolate, goat milk eye shadows and much much more!
I'm really enjoying spring so far and my calendar is quickly filling up with planned events for May. Including a sidewalk sale and gathering on May Day! I'm sure you've all been keeping busy and now with these sunny days ahead, it's time to get outside and enjoy the springtime sunshine.