Wednesday, October 29, 2008


fail owned pwned pictures

They call this butter?

I laughed myself silly over this one. What can I say, I'm easily amused.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Rainy Day Clunk

I've been a little obsessed with Psapp's Hi for a while now. It's part of a little mini-genre called clunktronica, which employs all sorts of bits and bobs in the creation of fantastic rhythm. It's so catchy it's almost sinful.

Bonus: gather all your pets in one room, play "About Fun," and watch them all eye one another suspiciously, like "who's making that noise? Is that you??"

Thursday, October 23, 2008

love, Etsy

Cupcake Bird


I just love the clever anthropomorphism of these sweet birdies. So pretty, with a giggle. All three prints are $35 from kwilson544

Monday, October 13, 2008

The Last Bouquet

The frost has held off so far, but this could well be my last bouquet of the year. It's always when you're picking the last of the flowers that you appreciate them the most.

The vase is by one of my favorite Etsy sellers, Shoshona Snow. I just noticed that she's including a special gift with every order until she reaches 900 sales--fantastic!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Closing in on 1000

I'm getting very close to my 1,000th sale in my Etsy shop. *squeeeeeeel*

I want to offer a giant, heartfelt thank you to each and every customer who has helped to make my experience selling online such a delight. I've met some lovely people through my Etsy shop, and I'm so grateful for it.

In celebration, I'm giving away a special prize to the person who purchases item #1000: a choice of one pair of either the Snow Blossom or Radiant Daisy earrings, to be shipped with rest of the winner's purchase.

Thank you all so much!

UPDATE: We made it! The shop is at 1002 sales. THANK YOU!

Thursday, October 02, 2008

I'm old.

I'm old.... according to the Haverford College Magazine. Remember when you were a "young alumn?" You were still a little psyched to drink in public, and you were heady with your new job, so much better than the one you had right after graduation. You were getting engaged, maybe moving to cities in far-off coastal regions. Then, suddenly, it was 10 years since you graduated. Now, "young alumni" are Class of 1999 and up. The rest of you? No better than Cloris Leechman, "dancing" on national tv.

I might as well don a tracksuit and buy a condo in Boca.