Closed, yet open for business

How do you operate a business when all but one of your revenue streams has been closed? Several non essential businesses are reopening today in our state. Ours does not fall into any of the categories, but even if we did we would continue to hunker down for not only...

Medical Masks

Sunday, March 22nd, I dug around through my craft stash to see if I had the materials to make medical masks. I joke that all creatives have a stash…sometimes it’s supplies, sometimes it’s weed, sometimes it’s both.  All I’ll say about my stash is that I don’t...

Our New Normal

At the beginning of March Courtney and I were happily settling into our new normal. We were filled with so much excitement and hope.  She had left her 17-year career in the addiction field to join me full time at the little nest. We were focused on growing our...

Save Small Businesses – Wander Edition

This pandemic has potential to devastate so many individuals and industries, businesses both large and small. While my family literally lost 100% of our income in just a matter of days, my mind can’t help but think about my friends that have small businesses. Many of...

Support Local Businesses

  We are all in unchartered waters right now. Many industries will be impacted financially, but the one nearest and dearest to my heart is small business. Much of our income comes from selling at festivals and our most lucrative time is spring.  Every show we were...

dear future wife, don’t get sick

This first paragraph is for those of you that read my last post. As you know Courtney does not want to be my called my fiancé. She has agreed to the term “future wife” which is what I jokingly called her in a text message earlier this week.  So “future wife” it is. So...
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