I am home again and safe. We are supposed to get another storm Saturday night or Sunday but it will probably much worse on the coast than here.Â Thank you for you concern.Â I want to share a great delight I had tonight … a friend who ordered 2 totes and a journal called me up absolutely delighted with her order!! They use totes a lot and felt they were very high quality … from start to finish … the whole experience … so I am delighted.
This is totally copied off the Two Things Challenge blog that I participate in. I am still working on my entry for the week. It is a great opportunity (below) so I hope you will consider it! Totally copied from what Debi said:
“A Twist and an Extended Deadline
“I just received an email from the blog author of The Chronicles of Tewkesbury, and I am blown away by the idea she has concocted.
“Be sure to do your post for this week’s 2 Thing Challenge and by your doing so the Chronicler of Tewkesbury is going to reach into her pocket and give $5 to charity. How cool and in the spirit of the season is that?
“Want to know even more?
- Read The Chronicle of Tewkesbury’s post with the four possible ways to participate, and this subsequent post about the $5 idea.
- This courageous blogger, Toddler Planet, gets to chose the charity.
- I (Debi) will also match Tewkesbury’s donation that comes from every 2 Thing Challenge post this week.
“I know you regular 2 Thing’ers are going to love this. And for those of you who have considered it, but have yet to jump in, now’s the time. Remember it doesn’t have to be a photograph. It can be a poem, a drawing, a painting, a collage, a textile, a song, anything you can think or dream up and post on your blog. Let’s be the change we’d like to see in the world. Or, another way to say it, let’s be holders of real value.
“P.S. Feel free to pass on the word on your blog. The extended deadline is Wednesday December 19th.”
I hope you will consider joining in any medium!!
If you want totes, tiles, mugs and more please check out my CafePress Shop.Â I will continue with the adventures of out fairs.
~ Diane Clancy