Today I applied for job #4. So far I haven't heard anything from any of them. Honestly, I'm not surprised. I'm sure each one of these jobs gets a ton of applications. The waiting though has made me a little antsy at times. Most days I hang out in our apartment and I quickly run out of things to do. Lately though, I have been really considering selling stuff on Etsy. It would be mostly printmaking products such as: posters, stationary, calenders, basically anything artsy. It's kind of my dream. I would really love to print our designs on a letterpress. Jake and I have absolutely fallen in love with this process. I think its the hand-done, texture and vintage-ness of it all that gets under your skin. So today, after searching for jobs and actually working with Jake on a freelance logo gig he got, I began my search for anything and everything letterpress. I wanted to learn the ins and outs, what was required and if it would even be possible in our apartment. I found that there are table top presses that are way more affordable and don't take up too much space. There are some that print up to an 8x10 which I think will be just fine for now. Thankfully Jake and I have devoted a little corner of our apartment to make art. So I guess you can say we are making it in to our little studio. I think we are going to start saving for a press. Until then, we might just do linoleum cuts and print those. So be watching for our store to open on Etsy called A Pair of Pears. I think it fits.