So, as for Caper, the kick off started on Tuesday. We found out that only the first 30 students who sell 40 bags will be able to go. I had a great start and sold 16 bags, with a promise of at least 11 more bags to be sold throughout the week (depending on when people get paid) but by Wednesday morning, the tea tree bags were sold out, the flat iron bags were sold out and the extra body bags were sold out. Once the flat irons were sold out, there went my numbers because they are worth 5 bags! So, I pretty much knew that I wouldnt be able to sell all my bags before they would sell out.

Its not like me to give up, but I know when I am not able to do something. I would much rather let another future pro that is close be able to get their bags. But I was not even half way before they sold out.

So I have to say I was pretty bummed that I wasnt able to sell all 40 to secure my trip to Caper, but I know there will be other opportunities for me to participate in other events in the future. This is not the end, it is only the beginning! I do want to congratulate my classmates who worked their butt off and sold all their bags within the first day! I know youll have a blast in Vegas, just dont forget to bring me back something. hahahaha

One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn't pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a funtabulous, fruityliscious and funktastic day!

Surrender to Your Inner Artist