Thursday, April 10, 2008

What a difference a Day Makes!

What a crazy week this has been! I've been driving around in my husband's good ol' car he lovingly calls "the grand slam" (its a pontiac grand am) and has owned since college. Last Friday the car decided it had finally had enough and left me stranded me along highway 26. So I've been out of touch with my studio and computer until today -which explains why I didn't rocket out a crazy announcement a few days ago when...
photo credit: R&V Photographers via Flickr

...Grace at Design*Sponge featured the kindest post about my work!! Design*Sponge is my all-time favorite blog and you cannot imagine my surprise when I got my twenty minutes on the public library computer yesterday and found a baffling amount of email!! Thanks to her post I received several new orders and requests for work-for which I am extremely grateful!! My bad week instantly disappeared and I cannot thank her enough! Read the post here!

5 comments:

Meg said...

Congradulations! I was so excited for you when I saw that post over on Design Sponge. Totally unrelated - are you familar w/ the e-learning program at SCAD? What do you think of it? I'm thinking of applying. Thanks!

Amy Bell said...

so sorry to hear about your car! my friends in MI are doing much better..they were able to talk to Kim..thank u. love the article...oh, I love it and I am SOO proud of you and your work. one talented lady=my friend Katie.....
xo
me

'tine said...

Sorry about your vehicle. The write up in Design Sponge was well deserved. Your artwork is truly brilliant.

Boutique Mix Fashion said...

Brilliant work!!! Kudos to you!!!

Karen said...

Hello... I found your blog from the @Home blog being intrigued when I saw you moved to Columbia from Savannah, and then excited when I saw you have a studio in Newberry. I too live in Cola and drive to Newberry to work everyday - I'm still trying to make it to your studio, the last time I had a chance to get "downtown" during the day, it was a day you weren't open. But, I just had to comment on this post as about three weeks ago, I ended up in same predicament - I broke down along I26 on the way home (at 9:30 at night!) and have since purchase a new car which I hope will get me there for several years to come (now if only the gas prices would go down!). Hopefully, we can meet soon and I'm itching to see your studio and all the goodies there in person!