Stiletto Heights

I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at:

Friday, December 15, 2006

Boring Day

Today is strange and slow after it being hectic and crazy, sales are slow online even though there is still time to ship via priority before the holiday.

I think people are a little unsure about shipping deadlines.

The woman who I did the dancing painting came to get it today so it seems that all major holiday things have been finished. YAY!

breath a sigh of relief, In was stressed about getting everything done before the weekend because we will have the peanut and I won't get to do any work until Sunday at the earliest. I didn't want to disappoint anyone with being late.

I am always worried about disappointing everyone, I need to learn to be less hard on myself, sometimes I don't need to be perfect. In fact I never have to be perfect, as that is impossible.

This weekend will be crazy because Keith will be working crazy being the big fancy chef he is...oh, speaking of K, he is totally bald now, he shaved his head down to the skin. His Elvis hair is gone. I think he fancies himself like Billy Zane now....what he doesn't know is that he is better that Billy Zane any day.

But I do miss him having some hair, but he is crazy sexy no matter what.

I was brainstorming via etsy convo with Aimee today about which me are the sexiest baldies...

I came up with, now these are in no particular order

Billy Zane
Ed Harris
Patrick Stewart
John Malkovich

she liked Vin Diesel and someone from the Mummy I had never heard of...

I know that there must be more of them but I can't think of any right now...anyone...anyone.

Leave any suggestions you may have in the comment section.

I woke up early this morning so I could do some work on a few cards and finish up an ornament order I had, I am convinced that 6:30am is WAY TOO EARLY to be up and already being creative.

6:30 is still night, I don't care what anyone says.

No matter, I got a couple cards done this morning too, and I still had enough time to ride the bike for 15 minutes.

This is one of the cards I did, it is called "The Dancer" and it has an image taken out of a WWII issue of Life Magazine, which was part of a giant lot that K got me at an auction back in September.

I really like how nostalgic and dreamy the card came out. Like looking into a sunset and seeing the past.

It is available in my etsy shop, and remember, blog will get 20% off December 20th.


Blogger Aaron said...

You know, it's only a matter of time before I'm on the "sexy baldies" list -- it gets thinner and thinner every day. Sigh.

7:03 PM  

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