Into each of these trays has been placed a black, flocked insert holding 6 snapping loops.
Through each loop is one of my necklaces featuring not only a clay pendant but also a beaded strand; in the last one, the final loop holds two necklaces.
There are 6 trays in all.
Each piece has been meticulously arranged to coincide with two photos of each - finally renamed and reordered into some semblance of, well, order - and is bearing a tag on which an inventory number has been written. And a price.
I have begun writing descriptions - oh yes I have.
There are six complete descriptions, as of this writing. As there were last night about this time.
Tomorrow, at about the same time, I wonder how many descriptions will have been written?
I wonder, because instead of writing more, I am designing a website that is taking all of my spare time.
I didn't have any time to spare when I began working on it.
This wasn't really a factor I could be concerned with when I agreed to do it.
Fortunately I'm enjoying the work. For the most part.
Plus I had dinner with friends tonight.
This was great, grand fun, but my stomach has been hurting ever since.
Nevertheless, I have been working since arriving home. (Except for that delightful break I had with my housemate, in which we reviewed our days together and talked of the upcoming weekend plans.)
It is not yet ten and I am craving sleep. So I will go to bed early tonight, I think.
Because the day we're approaching is already too short and perhaps a good night's rest will be the ideal way to begin it.
One day - soon, I like to believe - I will have inventory in my new Etsy store. Inventory, that is, beyond that one lonely necklace placed there last week.
It's good to have a dream, don't you think?