And I’m not doing the greatest job. Boo.
Anyway, Russell and I have a booth at an upcoming Summer Fest in Lawrence, KS. It’s a college town, and I think I should do better there than at other fairs.
I imagine my wool dryer balls should do well there, but I only have a few left over from the last wool dryer ball making frenzy I went through. I need to make at least 100 of them. It’s tedious, but people who are interested in not having to buy dryer sheets over and over and over often buy them, and do like them.
This is not a creative process, making all those wool dryer balls. It is boring. But, being able to sell those means I can buy more interesting materials to make more creative things with.
Does that make sense?
Miles, our grandson, is spending the week with us. He is six years old, and very busy. He’s smart and funny, and we love having him here.
I’m trying hard to figure out if he can help me make those wool dryer balls.