It's taken me from September 2011 until now to be able to write about Kitty Baby. I know I will never be able to tell her story the way it deserves to be told.
Sometime in the early 1990's the sun was shining, the sky was blue and I had our front door open to let in fresh air. I heard a little squeek and decided to check it out. Upon opening the door, I found a tiny little furball that was skinny, hungary and crying. She was huddled in a corner on our porch.
I looked around for Mama Cat and didn't see her. This baby was so tiny that she couldn't possibly be weened but I decided to try her with a bowl of milk. I could see she was grateful b... » Read More
Published: 11-15-2011 07:19am Posted In: How To from Wooleycreek
Have you been thinking about selling your items in an Antique Mall? A few people have been asking about Antique Malls. I thought I would give you a few pointers so that new sellers will have a guideline that may help them make a good decision as to whether or not they should try a mall. First , you will need to decide if you need an Antique Mall or a Craft Mall or a combination of both. Most of the Antique Malls have a mixture, but not all. If you are selling only Antiques or Vintage, then this might be a good choice. If you are selling craft items, then you may want to check out both types of Malls to see which one would work for you. Location:... » Read More
Published: 11-15-2011 07:18am Posted In: How To from Wooleycreek
How many of you move things around in your shop? We all have our featured products at the top. Do you change those once in awhile? How about the rest of your shop? The other day I was checking my google stats as I do almost every day. I had been noticing that my visitors were usually visiting one or two of my pages instead of all of them. I began keeping an eye on this for several days and the stats were pretty much the same. This got me thinking about something! If my visitors were only looking at my first pages, that meant that all the other pages and items were not getting seen! Unless I promote the items from those other pages, th... » Read More
Published: 11-15-2011 07:15am Posted In: Stories and Legends
The Keeper Of The Forest The spider who spins his silky web is considered the keeper of the forrest. Legend says that the Great Spirit gave spider the job of protecting the entry to the Sacred Forest. His job was to spin a web so fine that only the animals and people who lived there could see it in the sunlight. So, spider began to build his web all around the forest. He spun his web just high enough for the animals to pass beneath without getting caught in the web. When the people who lived in the forest saw the sunlight hit the web, they walked around it or beneath it so as not to disturb the fine net Spider ... » Read More
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