Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The show must go on...

So last weekend I had to do something I never thought I had to do in business and that was, perform after the passing of a loved one.  Less then a day after losing my grandmother I had to proceed with a scheduled trunk show for my boutique in West L.A.  I had been planning this event with it's host for months and it was only right that I conducted business as usual.  Lessons in business;  Don't ever show your emotions on the job, unless it is to much that you must go home.  From experience, I've learned that most supervisors and co-workers will be sympathetic but the others will use that as a mark of your professionalism.  Business is business.

My favorite piece in the store.

Had so much sushi, I'm surprised I didn't turn into a fish!

The Cuff necklace, was a hit.

All around a good show, much thanks to these lovely people; Sa-Cara, Rosie Barreda, Christina Martinez and Windy Zamora.

Next week, I have something big to share and I'm going to do it on video.  Hope you guys check back and see what life changing decison I've made once again.



  1. So sorry about the loss of your grandmother. You and your stuff look great. Miss you -Angie

  2. Thanks friend. Miss ya too.