I just designed these fabulous new belt buckles using vintage jewelry pieces. I love them so much I hope no one buys them so I can hoard them all in my closet. So of coarse as soon as I put that out in the universe, I sold two. I feel I should do a background check on the customer. “How will you wear it?” “Will you hang her up correctly when she is not being worn?” “Can I have visitation rights?” I am smart enough (sometimes) to know if I want to have a successful store, I need to peddle my wares. But here’s the thing, as an artist, I either love what I create and I don’t want to let it go or I design something that I thinks sucks so much I would never want anyone to have it, let alone pay money for it. And the other psycho thing I’ll do is under charge for a design because I think no one will buy it and then someone comes in, doesn’t blink at the price, takes it home and I think to myself “why didn’t you charge more” Really??? Hello, the looney bin called and wants their jacket back! I truly think that the older I get the crazier I become, the sad thing is with peri-menopause in route, I can’t remember! So I guess the question of the day is . . Is it ever possible to be at peace with our decisions?