Well I haven't been blogging much of late, sorry about that, life happens and the trivial stuff in life - like blogging let's face it - gets put to one side!
I've been struggling to talk about pretty stuff when I have other big things going on, I know that you all know how that is, as some of the lovely bloggers I follow have been through it too.
ANYWAY, my big news is the recession is costing us dearly, and I am off to look for a job. Yes a 'working for someone else' job! Don't worry Notorious Kitsch is not going anywhere, but in these tough times although we are getting by and in fact building the business, we need more cash in our pockets. My husband - as I have explained before - can't work due to disability so sometimes you just have to buckle down and do what is needed! So he is going to run Notorious Kitsch, and I will help out evenings and weekends, and I am out there now, touting my wares so to speak!
It's been a while since I was in the big old world of office work, I don't really know what to expect, I know there isn't much about at the moment and that's kind scary, I also know that I have a very varied work history, a good one but a very varied one, I'm the type that needs the right job, but when that company is looking for that person for that job, there's not many who can fill it like I can, this is an advantage as well as a disadvantage!
So then my mind got to thinking about appropriate dress codes! I haven't had to think about this for going on 3 years now eeek. I don't have many office appropriate clothes, so I guess I'll be sewing and making do a lot.
Anyway I love this song and it reminds me to think about what I have got, not concentrate on what I haven't got! I prefer it by Dean Martin, but couldn't find a video of him singing it! But Doris ain't so bad!!