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November 30, 2007


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Being a woman business owner, you are entitled to cry once in a while. Anything I can do, just let me know. You were there for me for four months while my hubby was working out of town. My crisis is over, on to the next.....yours....:)

Ah shucks....if only you lived near by and could come over and cook me up some meals, oh and get down the lights and the Christmas decorations! That would be great -thanks! Working Mom's in general (friends that I know) all feel the same way - "the most STRESSFUL time of the year".

That DEFINATELY deserves a cry! I am entering into my first christmas season in the biz, and really had no idea what to expect! It really is true that in the retail biz, christmas starts in sept. I have had my fair share of cries this season (3 shows, tons of orders, no employees yet, etc) and it is nice to know that I am not the only one!

jamie -
hang in there!
Tonight as I was tucking in her..my 9 year old daughter told me I was crabby today and that I really need to try and wake up in a better mood tomorrow!! wow! I guess I'm not handling my stress as well as I thought I was! Thank God our loved ones are always happy to keep us in check! love the new (old!) coasters! they are great... CHEERS! shell

Too funny, nice to know that the kids know when we are out of our element. Thanks for the kinds words - nice to know I am not the only one out there feeling emotional!

Sarah Jane - you hang in there, the first year is the toughest. The best of times the worst of times - you will be a seasoned veteran come come next year!

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