There really is no other “cool” word to use. I bought a frame online for a large picture I ordered. The dimensions said one thing-now that it’s here, it’s not the right size. So giant picture with no frame, beautiful frame with no picture.

I’m trying to increase my inventory, but I don’t have time or money to waste. So after that big disappointment, I did manage to get these two completed.

I’ve got a beautiful white frame, but I’ve got to play with it. It’s got fabulous details, but scuffs in places that can’t be ignored. I refuse to lose more money. Especially when the tree in my backyard is empty.

I’ve listed these, and I’m hoping they get picked up soon. I’m letting myself get too stressed over little things.

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2 Responses to Frustration

  1. Hannah Keene says:

    The photos are lovely. I especially like the middle one of the silos. I hope they get picked up soon.

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