Proud Mom

February 20, 2009

joshs-gold-shoes

What can I say, I am so proud of my boys and all they contribute in the world. Josh encouraged me to start blogging and I hope this weekend he will give me some tips on how to improve JoanSpear.com.

Here is a link to a new interview with Josh (Josh Spear)  at DesignGlut.com.  He says about his family: 

“I came from a brand savvy, product savvy, never “settling” household. My dad is a designer. He’s a feng shui expert. When I grew up he was designing hotels and private residences, working with people like Karim Rashid. In grade school I always had Muji notepads and pencils that my dad brought me back from trips. There was always some thought put into a purchase, and what brands stood for, and what values they had. But it took a long time for me to realize how interested I was in brands. I just knew that I liked some of them.”

But what he might not remember is the grief he gave me having to buy the “right” Northface jacket or the “perfect shoes”. Josh always had a sixth sense about what he wanted to wear, use, be around. He does not settle. He holds out for the perfect product. Hear it from him.

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One Response to “Proud Mom”

  1. ginalazenby Says:

    Love the gold shoes Josh. Just perfect!
    Hello to you from Adelaide.
    I agree, everything has got to be “just right”. Been giving a talk here on Life Flow and I am wearing my purple dress I bought in Singapore with the purple & peacock motif scarf I bought in Hong Kong with the purple jewel sandals from Bali and the purple/amethyst necklace from Florida. A girl has to know how and where to shop.
    love
    gina
    xxxx
    http://ginalazenby.wordpress.com


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