Fugawee and the corona break 2020:
Hello everyone. This Alex of the Fugawee just hoping everyone is safe and healthy. It’s Not looking good for events of any kind in the foreseeable future and the warmer weather making me restless. And it seems like an endless stream of things you don’t want to have to deal with business-wise as the virus takes over our lives regardless if we catch it or another American, there are consequences.
Big changes We are homeschooling our two middle schoolers kids. We have an Icecream dinner bet that school will not resume until after summer break. Summer programs have all been canceled. No softball! Space camp, ball games, friends over, It has been a bummer, but I do see silver linings
The Good things about the Virus
Having Time to Breathe.
Gone was the typical day to day barrage of wake em up and get them out to school. Then business, business, business, and coordinating and schedule with military precision, band, Odesse y of the mind, Drama, softball, homework, dinner (on Time), music homework, School projects, and playdates. All suddenly vanished poof!
The constant hi voltage humm of the everyday was gone. There is Time to be with the family and not just to run by each other as the daily activities are going on, getting uptight because someone was late, or forgot something.
Doing things you haven’t been able to do.
Putting a puzzle together w with one of my kids, a family board game, frisbee in the yard. Pulling out the ping pong table.
In other words, Time with your family that was being stolen one little slice at a time.
Finding out what it is that made you want a family and a spouse, not the constant drive that it takes to float the boat you built. This virus ran it aground, and you have to wait for the tide to lift us all back to where we can resume the “typical” day again. My hope to see America stop chasing every advertiser’s concept of life telling you that you need constant consumption. We all have been collectively chasing the advertises tall tail of what America is just to make you want and spend. Just enjoy some contentment it what you have achieved.
AND WE ARE LOOKING FOR BUSINESS, so check this out.
We are here and happy to do custom metalwork. Hatpins/lapel pins have been viral. As an introduction, we are doing an excellent special for small clubs or events. Very simple and straight forward.
The first pin, coin, or medallion will cost $150, and every one after that is $2 and up with no minimum quantities.
What I need:
Your vector graphic artwork a sketch/drawing or description of how you want it to look.
What you get:
- 1×1 inch Lapel/hatpin with a clutch. Or a 1 ½ inch single-sided coin or medallion. All made in the USA. Larger sizes are available at additional cost.
- Finishing will bright with a highlight. Other options are available for an additional cost.
Your feet are our best salesmen.
Fugawee also Manufactures in house for club fundraising and event medallions for organized events and prototyping for inventors or one-offs. Fugawee carries a large line of pewter, brass, bone and horn buttons in stock. 36 different styles of shoe buckles and we carry over-the-knee stockings in cotton and wool. Stainless cups, boilers and coffee pots.”Can’t tell the difference”
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Latest In The Store
Colonial Natural Half Boots, Trekker series left/right rough-out
The Natural Half Boot, NHB, is a left/right boot. 4 ” above the ankle, with 7 lace holes, it is an all leather, natural color, rough-out leather half boot. Widths a D and EE, sizes full and half 7 to 15. Good for Colonial and later times.
Congress Gator, Black & Brown, Civil War Men’s pull-on Shoe
The Congressgaitor is more of an ankle boot. It is what you have been looking for. With a tab on the back for ease of entry, it has a smooth black leather toe, two elastic gussets one either side and a stacked heel.