Did you know that a lack of communication is listed among the top ten problem issues in a relationship? Often it’s the words and attitude making up the sub-category to communication that leads to complications. You know the ones I mean– the raised eye-brow; the “hmmmmmm”; the raised voice; the not-so-nice choice of words; the really poor choice of name calling; the crossed arms; oh, and let us not leave out the slamming of doors! You may wonder where I’m going with this….. Continue reading
So the economy is struggling and I open an online store. What was I thinking? I have friends who shake their heads about my refusal to believe I could fall short of success, but I practice FINOM the acronym for FAILURE IS NO OPTION METHOD philosophy! Continue reading
I awoke a little chagrin this morning because I need to point out that while my husband is NOT a huge participant in the daily tasks of HAH, he IS the person who:
- 28 years ago hid a little glass heart for me to find among my lingerie
- In February 2009 he and I were discussing ways we might help our son who was injured in a car crash 6 years ago and unable to be conventionally employed, and he suggested we (the royal WE!) start an internet business because, he sincerely believed that (you know…if you build it…they will come! Ha!) all we needed was a web site and a few hearts. (Uh Huh!)
- I asked what we would call it and he said ‘Hide a Heart’ Continue reading
To continue the list of ‘beginnings’. This is a good ‘memory’ exercise and I read ‘memory challenging’ helps off-set early dementia…let’s hope it works!
Lesson 6: A ‘logo’ for ‘branding’ purposes. Now a logo can also be a Gravatar, but not necessarily so. I made my logo through word.doc ‘shapes’ and thought, “hmmmmmmm, maybe I need a professional artist to clean this up.” So I paid $$ to James at Lazer Quick to see, as an artist, what he might improve upon. He added a ‘wavy’ banner across the heart and kind of ’rounded out’ the heart for ‘depth’ for around $15.00. It did improve upon what I had originally. He didn’t have to do too much, so I took that as a compliment. See what I mean? Continue reading