As usual, my lazy butt procrastinated and I pulled one straight week of all-nighters to put finishing touches on everything for my big open house debut.
But I quickly found out there is one major benefit to this all-nighter business. Breakfast.
The morning after my first all-nighter, I was treated to what was probably the best homemade breakfast I have ever had.
Who says dudes can't cook?
Our operations manager brought fresh eggs from his family's farm, ham that a he cured himself and some good ol' bread and cheese.
(Yes, I was so dang behind that I only had time to eat breakfast on my ironing board. I took bites in between sewing seams)
From that came the best breakfast sandwich I have ever eaten. Ever. And anyone who has ever met me can testify to the fact that I am a fast food breakfast sandwich connoisseur. It's what I do. (And it also explains how my hips came about ... well, that and some unfortunate family genetics)
The morning after my second all-nighter. A repeat performance.
This time, a few more people conveniently showed up at breakfast time.
(Yes, I'd say it's about time we bought a real stove for the farm shop. This Bunsen burner looking operation just doesn't appear to be safe.)
Sausage this time. Yum.
These all-nighters really aren't so bad when you cap them off with 3,000 calorie breakfasts.
And they proved pretty productive, I got several more aprons done in time for my big day... Which, fortunately, turned out to be a great success:
I also launched my online store this week. You can check out my aprons right here.
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Come on people, buy buy buy! I would much rather sew and bug my husband all day than go back to a real job ;-)