Hello 2013!

January 03, 2013

 

 

2012 was a crazy year at Unurth. Its closure marks the completion of my first full year in business. Wow. I could never have guessed at the lessons I learned or the new wisdom I have gained.


One of the biggest lessons I learned persistence is everything.  In the face of fear, in the face of Murphy (damn that guy), in the face of exhaustion, you must power through it because the rewards are sweeter than imagined and they will replenish you.

Thank you for the incredible support and enthusiasm for the work I do here. Everyone that I met in person at the holiday shows- BIG HUGS. Your cheer and excitement will sustain and inspire me in the studio and beyond!!

Ill be connecting back here more often in 2013. Its going to be a great year!

Hugs, 

Jenn




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