Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Temporary Masqerade


I have really been through it.
This has been a living breathing Masquerade.

Masqerade;
 to disguise oneself; also : to go about disguised

I am a bit afraid to be me.
This is MAINE.
REAL MAINE.

I love my new town but this business of finding my fit.
Just the right fit for myself has been daunting.

It was just last week that I finally found 
'it' in me to start to print up new biz cards,
design some ads, get my tax #,
and finally look forward to what ever this new 
phase of my life will be.
I know that whatever will be
will not look or feel the same.
That's what I wanted....
but doing this great big 'THING' is scary.

It is certain that I have a great foundation of 
friends and family.

It is different for sure,
but 
and I hated where I was.
Right?

xx,s

....sorry that I have been M.I.A.
-this has proved to be hard stuff-
I have barely been present for myself.




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12 comments:

  1. Yes, you hated where you were. Even if this isn't the Crown Jewel, I bet you feel like you are where you are supposed to be? At least I hope so! Did I tell you we were in line with a couple at an antiques show in Nashville and they told us where they were from? I think I did….anyway, they said your town in Maine and I was like…I have a friend that lives there! Oh well, blog land makes us be friends and for that, I am glad. I am hoping that you end up truly loving where you are and that business ends up being fabulous and that Spring time puts a spring in your step that may not have been there before. However goofy I know that sounds!

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  2. you ride the waves very well. Getting your sera legs takes time. Mom

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  3. Yay, take your time honey, just great too see you :-)
    Di
    xxxxx

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  4. Hi Renee...family and friends can get your through anything, I truly am convinced of that! I think there are "learning curves" and bumps along the way with any new venture. I bet come summer/spring, things will be looking up, things take time. Theres no doubt that I think Maine is going to feel like home sooner than later:)

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  5. Hello Renee, glad to hear you're moving forward! Good to see you!

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  6. Hi Ren'ee, that "moving forward" thing is so very hard even in a place that you have family that you love. I know as I am going through the same thing here in Atlanta. Unfortunately I do not love GA. You have it over me on that one. I am a NY'er period. So to "fit" in here is sooooooooo hard, infact I don't think it will happen.
    Be who you are no matter where you live.

    Love and Best Wishes to you,

    Carol
    Designs for You

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  7. Your courage and strength takes my breath away. Letting go and saying hello to the unknown requires the best in us. You'll be great. We've got your back.

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  8. Hope you do a new post about all
    the fun things you have been doing.
    love you sweetheart.
    Mama

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  9. I feel you ! Transitioning and going thru deep layers is sooooooo hard. I hope you find hope and renewed life when spring hits. Did you get a job or are you going to design again? I hope you use your creativity..you have so much to offer. I don't have a clue about Maine. Talk about a 360 change from Fl I'd imagine. Best wishes dear, and keep in touch.
    xo Nancy
    Powellbrowerhome.com

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  10. You are a trooper Renee! I admire your strength!

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  11. you are an amazing additions to Maine. Keep it up, we are greatly blessed by your arrival

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  12. You are a wonderful blessing for us here in Maine, thank God for your arrival!

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I have been in this business since the age of 22.

I love what I do and cannot imagine my life without Design.

Design Challenges are great.

And because of those challenges

I have imported fine antique pieces from Paris,

Designed and Manufactured Furniture,

Created Fantastic Window Treatments,

And solved all kinds of spatial & architectural issues

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If I can't find it, I create it.

My rooms would make excellent movie sets.

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