How to Care for your Solid Wood Furniture
With the proper maintenance, wood can continue to look like new as it is passed on from one generation to another.
October 28, 2020
Life happens, even when you own a small business.
As you may have noticed, Bill and I have taken a short break from building new items for our booth. I have not posted on social media in over a month because honestly, we have not had time.
Do you ever feel like there is not enough time in the day? We were not actually short on time; we were long on tasks.
We have been very busy making huge steps toward our longtime dream of having an old farmhouse with a woodshop. We are very fortunate to have been presented with this opportunity and to be able to put things in motion so quickly. In the past 2 months we’ve moved our daughter into college, relocated our entire workshop, prepared, listed, and sold our home, scored a neglected 1850’s small-town farmhouse and brought it back to life and finally moved in just last week! As they say, difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations.
We do still have a few boxes to unpack but the important thing is we are back in the woodshop regularly and will be delivering items to the booth this weekend!
We are so thankful to our customers. Your loyalty and understanding are greatly appreciated. We appreciate your patience as we have transitioned to a greater position to serve you better!
Thank you for supporting our small business.
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