I have amassed a pretty sizeable collection of vintage photos from the early 1900s to the 1960s. The funny thing is, I have no idea who these people are/were, where they come from, or how…
On a recent trip to the grocery store, I noticed that the pasta aisle was nearly empty. What the what? I needed a specific noodle, and it was nowhere to be found on the shelves of my local market.
What to wear, what to wear?
As a kid, I would ask this question a hundred times a day as I planned my Halloween costume. My mind flitted from character to character as I imagined all the possibilities
I’ve been in the Halloween niche for over 20 years now. I operated an online shop for most of that span and my favorite time was when the wholesale catalogs would start trickling in.
Easter season is on the horizon, which means dyed eggs, chocolate bunnies, Peeps, family gatherings, and Easter egg hunts.
Now, I don’t know what plans you have for this Easter holiday season, but..
Spring is in the air, and I, for one, am welcoming it with open arms. I’m ready for warmer weather, longer days, and blooming plants.
I’m not a gardener, and I don’t have much of a green thumb.
Every year as the days grow shorter and the air turns a bit chill, I start to flip through my cookbooks and scour the web in search of some frightfully fun Halloween recipes. I love looking at all of the creatively creepy eats and festive foods.
A few weeks ago, I popped into a cute little shop to kill some time. It was a rare moment when I had finished errands ahead of schedule and had a bit of free time before my next appointment.
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