Monday, November 8, 2010
I've decided it's much better to put off your blog posts, for as long as nearly humanly possible, and then you can be all picky choosy about what you put up. Makes you look wAy cooler than you really are. Not sure if this really is true, but I'm giving it my best shot. I'll let you know how that works out for me....sometime. Maybe in like a year.
Put a couple things on Etsy this am. I had originally listed these on a "new" payment system, and got a pretty surprising and strong interest in one of them. But I chickened out at the last minute, mainly because I started poking around and got concerned about using the system as it appears to be a scam, or possibly made by someone who ran a scam previously but no one really knows. It's all very mysterious and I'm keeping tabs on it to see if it is in fact legit(doubt it now...sigh).
I'm not comfortable to using it to sell items. So hopefully the lucky lady who did win my lovely scarf will be able to respond to the message I tried to send her, and contact me again about it. I have no way of knowing however, because I (along with a number of other people apparently) am unable to log in to see if there has been a reply to my message. I guess the thing that REALLY bothers me is that the blog for this mysterious payment processing is pushing for it to be accessible "with your debit card", which sounds a little phishy to me. Said mysterious site seems to be ignoring requests for help, asking for you to "enter a drawing for $1000" for Amazon and a click their link to manage your wish list ON Amazon.com and creating a fabulous debit card access so you can happily give them your debit card information too. I dunno, I'm not liking it. If I'm wrong, I'll gladly eat my words, but at the moment, if it feels wrong it is and I'm just gonna watch for a while.
Yes, talking about paybox.me for all you 2 people who are wondering what the heck I'm talking about.
Anyway, didn't get on here to harp about sketchy websites, but to do my blog. Just ended up harping about sketchy websites for fun. The real reason for this post was to get some pics of the other scarves I have on hand that I haven't listed on Etsy yet. I'm putting up a mix of stuff that's available now, and a few that are still at the Oregon Heritage Farms- gift shop but were still available as of yesterday. Price range from $10-25, depends on how intricate the scarf is. I have like one hat here, that has a super cute brim that isn't shown in the picture. That one is $15.
Thanks for reading, have to take off to get child to preschool, then bfast with my newly married friend.