I am so grateful for the many good things I have experienced this year. However, I am sad to say that I lost one of my aunties earlier this year because of a mass transportation bus running over both my aunts while they were crossing the street. This tragic and unexpected loss has put a damper on my happy moments and accomplishments for 2019.
I am feeling super excited to have participated in some awesome local artisan markets and events that have allowed me to grow my jewelry business.
I'm just going to share a few of the moments that have made 2019 a great year to me and my handmade business despite all the heartache!
|My uncle Angel has really been an angel this year. He has helped me a couple of times |
when I really needed help. Here at Plaza de Colon in Old San Juan
|Once in a while I make new handouts|
|So grateful that I can participate in the Artisan Market |
on weekends at Pase La Princesa in Old San Jua
|The UPR Rio Piedras campus is one of my favorite places to set up. |
Always so welcoming
|I started participating in the Agro and Artisan Market in |
Bario Obrero and I enjoy the vibe of this little market place.
|This is how I set up my table for the Artisan Markets |
at Paseo La Princesa in Old San Juan
|A little sample of the pieces I make all year round|
|I begin my year with the festivities at SanSe in January|
|Bad nails with awesome rings!|