Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Our first stop was to an award winning cheese farm (is that the way you say it, Linda?) called Neighborly Farms of Vermont, which her friend owns. The owners name is also 'Linda'. So we took this picture out in front of her business. Left to right, Linda the business owner, Linda (me)Pruitthandcrafts blogger, and Linda the Spottedcowsoaps blogger (Mrs. Moo). Linda and her family have a nice little business (probably not so little, since she sells to Trader Joes!) Anyway, I didn't get to see them making cheese, since it was the day that they clean the entire cheese making room, making sure that everything is spotless. Watching them in the process was very interesting.
Linda (Mrs. Moo) then took me to a little General Store in Randolph Center VT. The owner there was another of Linda's friends, a volunteer firefighter who once helped save her house during a fire! The store had the old wood flooring, and everything that you might need, including local maple syrup, and honey. It also had a quaint area around the pot belly stove with chairs in a circle that housed the morning coffee klatch. I bought several lovely postcards.
Next, was a tour of Randolf, where Linda (Mrs. Moo) lives! Beautiful little town! Lovely old homes and buildings, all in immaculately kept conditions. I was so impressed with the homes in Vermont, as all of them seem to be well kept with beautiful flowers everywhere in gardens and pots with lovely manicured lawns!
I will leave you today, with another picture of the two blogger Lindas and Mrs. Moo's son Josh. Thank you Linda, for a wonderful afternoon in the Randolph area of Vermont!
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
"ItEm of thE dAy" SALE each day until June 26th--Check out that section in my shop--also 40% OFF!
And many items in my CLEARANCE section have been priced ridculously low!
Check out all the fun with this week's Anniversary sale!
Monday, June 21, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
- They keep protect your hands from steamy hot or icy cold beverage containers, depending on the cup contents.
- They are reusable. No more disposable sleeves. There is nothing to throw away. They reduce waste!
- They are fully easy care! Toss them in the washer and lie flat on a towel to dry.
- They are portable. Carry them folded flat in your pocket, purse or glove box, ready for use with your next coffee trip!
Besides the sleeves that I sell on my Etsy shop, you can find lots of creative styles in other Etsy shops! Take a look, buy one you like and use it consistently! Join the cause to reduce waste and save a tree!