Wednesday, February 24, 2010


A few months ago, a friend asked me to name a woman I admired and why. Without hesitation, I replied: My mother because she has always worked hard to be successful while maintaining a charitable heart and recently has reinvented herself into a modern business woman in the face of great adversity including a recession. Oh and all while looking fabulous. I am a very lucky girl to have such an amazing mother or as I call her Motha. I often post on shout outs to her in efforts to promote her biz and figured she is finally VIP enough to make an appearance on my bloggity blog considering she now has her very own. You can check it out here for great giveaways, fun stories and tips about chicken farming. Seriously.

Motha is the owner and sole designer of Retro Revival and hand sews the most darling items ever all with a splash of retro sparkle. Currently, her most in demand items include functional tote bags perfect for the gym, grocery store and beyond; darling aprons you will wear with pride as you bake your favorite apple pie or nuke a yummy Lean Cuisine; and adorable shower caps that you will just die over. Every item is meticulously handcrafted by Motha with the most superior quality and attention to detail. Everyone just loves her stuff.

She started her very own website to promote her business just several months ago and has since focused her marketing efforts mainly through facebook and word of mouth. Her diligent efforts have yielded high rewards and she is now an international seller with buyers in Canada and Italy. She also just secured her first retailer in Alpharetta, Georgia who will be selling many of her items. She is attending a few craft shows this spring to not only sell her amazing gems, but to help spread the Retro Revival word. Her online boutique is mostly where her business is generated and she is constantly updating the inventory with fabulous new treasures created in her sewing studio on the farm. As mentioned before, she recently started her very own Retro Revival blog. Every hit to her website and blog ups her chances of more people discovering her fantastic goodies so please spread the word. I am unbelievably proud of her and all her hard work. She is the most amazing women ever and I am so lucky to be able to call her Motha.

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