Friday, May 21, 2010

The T-shirts begin to pay off!

I got my first check from Cafe Press for profits from my online T-shirt sales! Thanks to everyone who bought a t-shirt or gift item from one of my sites. I hope this is a trend. I will be very proud and grateful when I sign the check over to the MJFF; it may not be the biggest check they ever got, but it was, and will continue to be, a labor of love.

I was up at 4:00 this morning, which has become pretty routine for me. My foot is curling up in pain, my body is shaking with cold and PD, but I have my kitty warm on my lap, and I have that check sitting next to me on the desk, warming my heart. I think it's going to be a good day...

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