Breadcrumbs: Grind

Hustle, grind, embrace the suck, making your bones.  Learning how to put in the work has been one of the most beneficial practices I’ve learned yet, (though by no means perfected).  Hard work on its own is no guarantee.  Look at the lives of just about any artist, musician, or writer.  Chances are, there were…

1920’s Royal

My favorite typewriter is a broken down beauty whose best years are far behind her.   My in-laws have graciously made space for this old thing in their house, and as soon as we move out of our current shoe-box apartment I’ll have her back. I bought this typewriter from eBay, and the seller assured…

January 14, 2018

I’m beyond scatter-brained at the moment.  The year has started, I’m back from Florida and I’m up to my elbows in three different projects. The one nearest to completion is yet another 70’s outfit.  I think if I can get that one out of the way, everything else will fall into place. The second has…

1940’s Project

Day one in Florida and I’ve already been dragging the antique stores. For what it’s worth, Homer Helter’s Antique and Millitary Mall in Naples is great.  I wish I could go back!  I found two cookbooks and some buttons, and one of the cookbooks has a hidden gem that has given me an idea… Inside…