Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Hello 2009
We're heading out to the Capay Farm for a wonderfully-themed "Greater Depression New Year's Eve Extravaganza". Both Ben and I are dressed liked hobos, and I spent the morning lamenting the fact that I can't grow a 5 o'clock shadow to match his. Oh well. I'm sure we'll have plenty of crazy photos of the costumed revelry next week for you all.

In the meantime, I wish you a very Happy 2009! May it bring you all the love, luck, and joy that you can handle. I see good things in our future.

Photo courtesy of Ajax All Purpose Blog.

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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Happy Holidays!
Two posts in one day--amazing! I just wanted to say happy holidays to all my friends, new and old. I saw this photo on Yokoo's flickr this morning and it just made me smile with Christmas cheer. I'm a big fan of her work, and thought you might like it as well. Hope you all are enjoying some hot apple cider, a nice tree, and friends close by.

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Paxton Gate’s Curiosities for Kids
LinkOne of our absolute favorite shop's in San Francisco, Paxton Gate, has just opened up a wonderful children's store, aptly named Paxton Gate’s Curiosities for Kids. Located at 766 Valencia St, near 19th in the Mission District.

Like their parent store, the Curiosities For Kids shop has a wide assortment of odd and beautiful objects, like a crocheted dissected frog. Perfect for you science-nerd 9-year old niece (ahem, or me).

Or what about your favorite vegan hipster, who surely wouldn't have a mounted dear head in their living room. Teddy bears are all the rage now. I may need this in my studio.

Paxton Gate’s Curiosities for Kids is also now stocking Miss Natalie! Stop by to check out our handmade masks and heirloom growth charts. I'm sure you won't be able to leave without one odd and beautiful thing.

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