Last year I did a 5 week series where I went a bit into depth on my favorite decades. I didn’t want them to get lost in the bowls of my blog, so here is the round-up of all my 1940’s posts. We happen to be going through a heatwave here in SoCal and after looking through the fashion pics I remember that we had a heatwave at the same time last year! Be sure to click through the 1940s home post because it is one of my top 10 most read posts of all time!
Well ladies, I have some disappointing news. I heard back from the producers, and unfortunately none of the networks decided to pick up my show. So for now there will be no television show for this glamorous housewife. I am equal parts sad and relieved. Sad because it would have been so exciting to have my own tv show where I could really teach women the lost art of being a homemaker on a large scale. Relieved because of how scary it would have been to be so open and public!
The producer said the networks aren’t looking for this type of show right now, but you never know when they will change their minds. Hollywood is a very fickle place and if nostalgia suddenly becomes in, or if being a homemaker becomes the new hot thing, then maybe I will have another shot. For now I will keep doing what I am doing on the blog and YouTube. As a matter of fact, I am currently working on an online workshop to teach women how to rework their wardrobes into something that they absolutely love! As I get closer to launching it I will give out more details. Thank you dolls so much for all of your support!
This Time Last Year:
- Making it Modern: Sausage Pasta
- The Hair and Makeup of the 1930s
- Inspired By
- Fashion of the 1940s: Part 1
- Fashion of the 1940s: Part 2