OK, this is a really random post after all of that heavy stuff, but I'm feeling all spring-y over here and it brought up a question that comes up in my mind every time I think about adding some curb appeal to my house. You know, planting some flowers, putting some furniture on my front porch. Why are all (or at least most) flags for you house (besides the patriotic ones, of course) so cheesy? Is there a market for non-cheesy ones, or are they just bad all around? I think if you could find really cute ones they could be a nice touch. There seems to be so much fabulous illustration around these days, why doesn't anyone print it on a flag? and sell it to me? I managed to find cute simple ones for the fall and winter, but the spring and summer ones are scaring me.
I just got a marketing email from Michelle Caplan, which led me to the Paper Quilt project, now there are a number of illustrations there that would make great flags. Here's a really cute one by Claudine Hellmuth that would be cute for spring. Am I crazy?
Things are really good over here (thus the decorating), Elliot and I start OT this afternoon. Can't wait. We've also started some dietary changes, and I can really see a difference in him. They call it the "Happy Child Effect." I'll take it. As we progress, I'll share what we're doing.
Have a great day.