Little Lad’s is a little company in Maine that is famous for its herbal popcorn. They are now selling the herbal seasoning separately so you can use it on whatever you want — at home! I can tell you from experience — It’s addictive!
I have a private “X-Mas Presents” board on Pinterest. As I come across gift ideas, I pin them to that board. Otherwise I’d forget about gems like this gift I got for my son. I paid more in shipping for this gift than the actually cost of the item. And it was totally worth it.
This is crude. Forgive me. I hate air freshener sprays. When my boys stink up the bathroom I ask them to light a match. I’ve just discovered Incense Match. I just ordered a dozen (6 sandalwood + 6 patchouli).
I don’t blog like I used to. I shifted to what so many others do — I micro-blog on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. If you want more content from me you might want to follow me on those channels. However, the stay-at-home orders have allowed me a little more time so I’m going to TRYYAH to blog a little more. Let’s start with a random link pack.
My friend loaned me Lindy West’s new book — The Witches Are Coming. Lindy is technically a Millennial and I’m a Gen-Xer so I don’t actually get some of her popular culture references but what I do get is that Lindy is smart and brave and she is challenging us all to be better people.
One of the things I miss most about pre-Covid life is thrift shopping. I’ve taken to The Real Real for virtual window shopping. I love that Mister Mort did a Maine Man edit.
I asked about buying weights on my Facebook page. My friend recommended just filling gallon milk jugs with water which equals eight pounds. Works for me! Here is a milk jug workout if you are interested.
My friend posted this on Facebook — ” I just want an organic cotton tampon with a cardboard applicator wrapped in paper – I just don’t understand why this is so difficult to find! After 48 comments she got the answer !!!
Star Island is a great place to go for the day. My sister and I, and my two boys are going tomorrow. We are packing a lunch and planning to go for a swim.
TeePearls are necklaces made from upcycled t-shirts. Handmade in Somerville, MA. Cute.
Sometimes I daydream about moving to Rockland, Maine. I dream of working at the art museum or the library. I could live here.
Next month we have our first meeting to start planning the next Project Upcycle which will take place in March 2019. Designers, start working on your portfolios!