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I'm taking a hiatus from sewing for a while. My life has been turned upside down and until it gets back on track I won't have time to do anything. I've created a tumblr full of vintage goodness. Please follow me there!

My Tumblr

Also feel free to follow my Instagram @amy__lola (two underscores!)

My FB, is barely in use anymore and I have made it private for now.

I shall return -- maybe in a few months.

Thanks for reading.

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  1. I hope everything gets better soon! We'll be here for you.

    Ivy

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  2. Hugs! I hope everything will come together soon.

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  3. Just thought I'd pop in and see how things were going. Hoping all is getting better! :)

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  4. Thank you for your concern. My husband of 10 years cheated on me and left me on January 26. For a while I was between homes (my friend let me stay with her, and I split time at my actual apartment I lived in with my husband). I had to be admitted into a hospital for a week because I was soooo depressed. Meanwhile, my husband is fucking his girlfriend in my bed. When I came home he said to me "I dreaded you coming home!" -- because I had nowhere to go. He controlled everything I did and emotionally abused me for the last two years of our marriage, then expected me to go live with my parents!!! HA! Fortunately, a friend let me stay with her and we now how a wonderful apartment together. I live in a much more lively section of city and I've been dating a couple of guys. Life is starting to come back together -- different, but better :)

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