Thursday, March 2, 2017

Busy, busy, busy...

It's been pretty busy around here trying to design shirts to add to our store, uploading them to our store, keeping our FaceBook page updated, and putting out orders for clients. 
Forty-one (41) designs were uploaded to our store just this morning, and we've got several more in the works.  Our designs range from monograms with or without frames and sayings & quotes to sports, animals and professions, just to name a few.

FYI...if you have an idea for a shirt, let us know.  We will try to see what we can come up with for you.  A picture of a shirt with the graphic for your approval.

Remember to follow us on FaceBook and Instagram.

If you would like to check out what we've got so far, just visit us at  Please feel free to ask us for more information.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Newest shirt designs...

We've recently added a couple of new t-shirt designs to A Family Affair Boutique.  Sizes available range from S to 2XL.  T-shirt comes in several colors.  You can also visit us on Facebook, where you will find several photos of other shirts and decals we have done.  We also do monograms.

A Family Affair Boutique will also do custom orders.  Just contact us and let us know what you have in mind.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Let's go shopping...

In the event you are not aware, my daughter and I have our own business doing custom design vinyl decals and monograms, which we've been doing since last summer.  Our FaceBook page features the shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, and other items we have done.  Yesterday we took the plunge and set up shop on Etsy; you can check out our store by clicking the Etsy button on your right.

Need decals, wall sayings, or a shirt?  No problem.  We love getting requests for customized orders, so please feel free to contact us for more information on what we can do for you.  We strive for fast turn around on orders, and will be up front with you if there are any problems.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

March Madness is coming...

It's that time of year where college basketball is getting rather hectic with lots of heated games where teams are trying to make it to both the division tournaments and getting selected for the NCAA tournament.  During the NCAA tournament, each of us have a favorite team we hope will win the whole shebang.  Several of you will be either attending or hosting tournament parties and will be sporting apparel with your team's name and/or logo.  If you're wanting something new to wear this year, why not check out A Family Affair Boutique?  They will work with you on design and colors.  A Family Affair Boutique offers t-shirts (both short sleeve and long sleeve), raglans, hoodies, and sweatshirts.  Their prices are reasonable and they strive for a fast turn-around.  Visit them today.

Thursday, February 9, 2017


I am in the process of trying to update some of the links on my site.  Some are being deleted and others are being added.  Also, my photography website has been updated with several new photos.  You can check them out at Sharry's Place.  

Come back again and find out what's new around Sharry's Place.

Monday, February 6, 2017

I'm back...

I apologize for being absent from here for the last several weeks, but things have been rather hectic around here.  One of the main things that have kept me busy is my newest adventure...A Family Affair Boutique.  It is devoted to custom vinyl designs for heat press and decals and monogramming.  

Now that I've somewhat caught up on things, it is my hope to keep you updated more on current events with both A Family Affair Boutique and my photographs on Sharry's Place, as well as other odds 'n' ends.

Speaking of my photographs, I'm getting ready to attend the Lexington Comic Book and Toy Convention March 10-12.  They announced this past Saturday that one of their guests will be Lee Majors, aka The Six Million Dollar Man.  I am definitely looking forward to meeting him. 

Stay tuned for more adventures from yours truly.  :-)

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

September 11...

September 11 of each year everyone remembers one of the saddest days in American history.  I remember as though it was  yesterday where I was at and what I was doing when the news came on on the Today Show about the Twin Towers.  I, like everyone else, was in total shock and glued to the tv set.

However, September 11th this year will be remembered as the day we lost our very much loved Shih Tzu, Jerzi.  She would have been 10 years old in November.  On the 10th she had had what we think was a seizure of some sort, but we didn't think that much of it because she was acting like nothing was wrong later that day.  By the time we got home from church on Sunday, we knew something was wrong.  Jerzi passed away in my arms about 3:45 pm.  

I am just now coming to terms with the house being quieter and not having her meet me at the door, barking when she sees our outdoor dog (Rugar), or letting us know when someone is outside.  We miss her bringing one of her favorite toys to our feet and look up at us letting us know it was play time.  She would let my husband know when she thought it was time to go to bed at night.  

If it's this painful when one loses a pet, I don't know how I'm going to deal with the loss of my husband, one of my children, or one of my grandchildren.  Love your family and hold them close, even if the family member is a pet.  Pets are as vital to us as humans are.  Create good memories because one day those memories may be all you will have left.