After all the times we had together, could this really be it? I hesitated posting on this topic, because there is so much unknown still. Mostly, it's because I am in denial and I don't like posting such sadness during the holidays. I am doing what I can each day to help with the efforts to amend the law, but at the end of the day I just can't picture saying goodbye.
The fight is not over though, and I am far from giving up. There was an amazing article posted over on Boutique Cafe. If you haven't read it yet, be sure to stop over there and read it. Even if you don't own a business that will be effected by this, if you have children or grandchildren, nieces or nephews, you will be effected.
I have also joined up with a few of my favorite designers and some of the most amazing friends I have made on this journey to showcase the huge handmade community that we have. We want to show the world how important Children's Handmade is and how much it effects our lives everyday, even if we don't realize it. And if nothing more, you can see a collaboration of friends, designers, mom's, dad's, business owners, and buyers of "Children's Handmade" come together for what may be the last time to showcase their best.
If you want to join the efforts, stop by and join us. The more members we have supporting this effort, the more of an impact we will have on the world. We may be one person alone, but together, we are the "World of Children's Handmade" and we can make a difference.