Kiss of the Wolf always been a community as much as a design line. We listen to each other and hear what resonates from within. My inner voice is reminding me that “this too shall pass.”
Here in Norman, Oklahoma, we are continuing to reevaluate as we move further into this unknown. We will be taking advantage of the new normal: staying in, doing art work, reading, and exercising. Nothing is more important than the well being of our loved ones.
Virtual communications have become more important in our relationships. Due to concerns about Coronavirus, our Dreamweaver Trunk Show became a virtual one with in-studio videos and an open Skype line. We’re in the studio less, but continue to answer your calls and fill orders. You can read more about our little crew on our About page and read our history in The Story of Kiss.
I’m very attached to coming to to San Francisco in August. The American Craft Council show has always meant visiting family and dear friends to me. Kiss is registered for the show and I hope to come but will exhibit restraint if necessary. Let’s see what life is like as the time approaches.
We’re adjusting, how about you?
As members of our community, I’d love to hear how you are doing now. if you would like to share, please leave us a note in the comments section below. I miss seeing you and look forward to better times.
I wish you health and peace, and the ability to adapt easily in these difficult times,