Should we blog again?

quill penI recently submitted my name to another show who was seeking articles for vintage and antique related stories. I am not sure why. I am late for work (first day of tax season at the office officially) and I should be getting ready. But it was one of many impulsive things I do.
Is blogging dead? Do people really read them or are we so enamored with visual things now? I am not really sure – I think I just have been enjoying the writing of more than just a one line text on facebook – haven’t done much of that lately.
What do you think?
Cheers!
Sandy.

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The Olive and Rose

I am a person who loves buying, selling and displaying all things vintage. I have always collected vintage but began selling (seriously) when an interior consultant advised me that I had too many collections and needed to share my things at her Paris Flea Market. It was through that experience that I realized I loved to display and share my finds with others; passing along the story of the object, and helping find a place for it in their homes.
I am proud of all the experience I have amassed over the past 10 years, beginning at selling the local college flea markets with my sister, to now some of the best Antique shows in the country. Now, I love producing antique shows with my family and bringing together great talent and vintage items for others to find...while of course, shopping and selling along the way! I hope to see you at the shows..it would be my pleasure to show you some great stuff!
Best, Sandy...

Find me on Facebook: Sandy Bryan
Find my business Page on Facebook: The Olive and Rose
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See what inspires me on Pinterest: Sandy Bryan
See more about the Mes Amis Show: Mes Amis Vintage Antiques Show
See more about our Holiday Show, Noel: Noel - A Holiday Vintage Market

8 Comments

  1. Such a good question. I get inspiration from pictures and growth from written content. I prefer words most of the time, but then again, time is the problem—there is never enough.

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