Saturday, October 31, 2015

Halloween and What's Been Going On

 Wow... Halloween already.

 It's been so warm here (in Colorado) it hasn't felt much like Halloween. Which is why these are old pictures: I just haven't been able to get into the Halloween spirit. 

I'll just save up my enthusiasm for Christmas then. :)

 Anyway, some big changes for me, both personally and for my business, Midnight in the Dollhouse.

My beautiful furbaby, Shadow, was diagnosed with cancer and a week after diagnosis he was in so much pain, I had to let him go.

"Devastating" doesn't even begin to cover it.

My dogs were like children to me, and now they're both gone. I am so lucky to have gotten to spend the time with them I had. They were amazing little companions. I loved my life with them, but if I can't have that anymore, then I will just have to find a way to love my life without them.

So, yeah...

And then, in business news: we are no longer selling our items through our local dollhouse store. I am developing an online Midnight in the Dollhouse store which I'll show you in mid November. I'm also planning on doing some local shows. From there, we'll just have to see.

I have been making 1:12 scale books like a crazy person. I think I'm addicted. These are just the first three.

They are actual books in 1:12 scale. They are printed throughout, because if you have a sudden shrinking accident, you're probably going to want something to read. Right?  :)

 I'm very proud of them and I think they'd make a great addition to any miniature scene.

 So that's all the news from Midnight in the Dollhouse.

I hope your Halloween is wonderful in whatever scale it may be. :) And here's hoping there are wonderful things to come in November.

- Wendy

1 comment:

  1. I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved dog, Wendy.... it is always so difficult to let our pets go! I hope you will find another one in your future someday if not soon (I am waiting til I retire and have the time....).
    As for your books, they look Fantastic to me.... I am trying to get my learning cap on to figure out how to make my own! And your house in these pictures looks wonderfully mysterious and a bit spooky! I look forward to seeing what "develops"!