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HI friends! Hope this finds you all happy and healthy.

I just had shoulder surgery about three weeks ago and have been trying to heal from that. Makes it almost impossible for me to do any crafts very well! Haha!

Have you been making crafts and doing hobbies?  I opened up my own booth in March. Selling vintage and some sewing, crochet,  etc.

It's fun to finally get to do this. I am located in Booth B112 at The American Classics Marketplace,  in Colorado Springs, CO

The end of the school year is almost here, so looking forward to more time with my children! I don't really have anything certain planned for the summer. But hoping to fit some road trips and vintage hunting into some family time and sight seeing!

Wishing you all the best Mother's Day! God bless you!

Little Susie Home Maker


Comments

  1. It's nice to hear from you. I hope you heal up soon so you can do the things you enjoy! Happy Mother's day my friend! Hugs, Diane

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  2. I'm so glad you're blogging again. You were missed! Your new blog look is so pretty and I love that unusual Pyrex pattern. I sure hope you heal up very soon and you have a wonderful summer with your children.
    Hugs and Happy Mother's Day!
    Dorothy

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  3. I hope the healing is going well. I love that bowl. It is super fun to have a booth. I had one but had to give it up. I to am excited about summer.

    Blessings,
    Amy Jo

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  4. We stop by American Classics occasionally. I'll check out your booth next time. Hope your shoulder is healing - I've had the rotator cuff stuff done, and it took forever to get back to almost normal - still not quite there after a couple of years! Take care, Sally

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  5. Hi Susie! Sorry to hear about your shoulder, hope it is healing well. Congrats on your booth, sounds like a lot of fun!

    Take care and enjoy Mother's Day, hugs, Estelle xx

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  6. Happy Mothers Day Susie and all the very best with your booth

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  7. Shoulder surgery, no fun but happy to hear that you are on the mend, the booth sounds fun and if I were anywhere near Colorado Springs I would be stopping by. I wish you the best Happy Mother's Day to you and many blessings"

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  8. Shoulder surgery, no fun but happy to hear that you are on the mend, the booth sounds fun and if I were anywhere near Colorado Springs I would be stopping by. I wish you the best Happy Mother's Day to you and many blessings"

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  9. Hope your booth is doing well!

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  10. I hope you get better soon! And congrats on your new business adventure!

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  11. Hey Susie! Are you back blogging? I've been bad about Facebook and keeping up. Just too much going on around here. Sorry to hear about your shoulder. Hope you mend quickly. I thinking about your booth just a few days ago--curious how it's doing. Wish you luck!
    Hugs--Gentle Ones
    Dru

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  12. HI Susie, I just wanted to let you know I announced the winner of my blog give away...and it is you. So please contact me, so I can get your things in the mail.

    Blessings,
    Amy Jo

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  13. Susie I hope your shoulder is healing now and you can get back to your normal life again soon! I just posted at my blog, I am trying to post now and then. Ha ha. I do miss blogging there is just something about it. I miss visiting your blog! and hearing all about you in a more personal way then fb. Have a Blessed Sunday Sweets. Big hugs

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  14. I hope your shoulder has healed by now and your back to your creative self!! I'd love to have you visit my first give-away if you have time. Have a blessed week!

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