I have serious vertigo from working on a 24" monitor for the first time today. We're holding off on the 30"er till the next upgrade. (It's been 5 years or so since Mac last upgraded that beast.) I've heard you get used to the gi-normity. I sure hope so, as I'm definitely a bit dizzy -- but it's a grateful dizzy. My main machine is now a laptop and I can't say how excited I am about the portability. Beyond heading to the park or the local bookstore for some quiet concentration, just switching rooms at will is exciting stuff.
I was trying to convince my new assistant to take a photo so I could introduce her here. Then, it dawned on me to swipe her Twitter photo & move on with it. (You don't mind, do you Emily?)
So, meet Emily. Some of you may recognize her from the scrapbooking world. Emily worked with Heidi Swapp for years, and Making Memories before that. We had narrowed our interviewing process down to two candidates and were thick into discussing the matter when we received a last-minute suggestion to give Emily a call. Well, Emily shook up the whole conversation and here she now is. Currently, Emily is your girl if you have a customer service question at the Heather Bailey Store, a press inquiry, a wholesale order, etc. Basically, she's our company juggler. Well, I guess we are all company jugglers. (You know those juggling acts that start with one juggler, then a second juggler steps on stage, then a third & so on? Pretty soon, the bowling pins form a mid-air ballet? That sort of thing. We're not ready for Vegas or anything, but we're getting there. We're still working on our stage names.)
Oh, and you've gotta go back and read each & every comment left on the last post -- holy toledo, what a bunch of crazy, cool stories!! I'm both inspired and weirded out. Time to start a dream journal.