We did it!
Well, actually Lori did it. I stood on the sidelines and alternated between cheering her on and snarky comments.
What did she do? Nope, she didn't run a marathon, get a pilot's licence or advise the prime minister on anything although I'm sure she could advise the prime minister on quite a number of things.
Nope, Lori did something even more astronomical considering all the time she put into it.
Lori created a fully functioning Crafty Lady website!
This means that at 3:00 in the morning, you can shop in your pajamas.
Now isn't that cool? We won't judge you on your Cookie Monster pants and your Homer Simpson slippers.
However, just because it's fully functioning doesn't mean we have everything that's in the store on the website yet.
It's like having guests over to your house. You make sure the living room looks good with your matching furniture and lovely drapes and tastefully chosen knick knacks and no one needs to know about the hole in the wall in the back bedroom, the orange and pink wallpaper in the second bathroom, and the paper mountain in the den. Eventually you will get to that, but for now, the house is ready for short term guests.
So we welcome you to our living room where Lori is showing off her patterns and the yarns that go with those patterns.
Eventually she will be putting out all the yarns and other items we have. However, it doesn't mean you still can't order those things. You just have to send us an email or give us a call although calling at 3 in the morning might not work too well. You'll have to actually wait until the store is open.
And it doesn't really matter where you live. We like our customers from Halifax to Victoria and we even like you guys from outside of Canada. You just have to send us a note so that Lori can set that up.
Check us out often because like housework it's an ongoing and never ending process.
So grab a cup of coffee, glass of wine or pot of tea, lock the kids in their bedrooms and the husband in the garage and chill out for awhile. Here's the link. The Crafty Lady.
Posted by Anna Maria Junus happy employee who regularly survives yarn avalanches.