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Pearls….of wisdom?

April 28th, 2009

Maybe you don’t think your mother’s advice always contains “pearls of wisdom”.   I doubt my kids would say that either.

 But I always associate mothers with pearls  because my mother loved pearls.   So I thought other mothers might appreciate the mother/pearl association.  

These are vintage—real pearls and real gold.  And I think they’d be a real wonderful gift . 

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Time for Mothers

April 27th, 2009

 Nothing means more to me than being a mother.   I lost my own mom when she was 41.  That’s probably why I have such fierce feelings about Mother’s Day.    And that’s why I decided that this week I would post some items I thought would make nice Mother’s Day gifts.

This is a brand-new, never-worn, still-in-the-box Anne Klein watch.  One of the things I like best is that it’s a mixture of gold and silver and works with anything you wear.  It was a gift—and I can’t remember the giver or the occasion or even whether it was a gift for me or for my daughter.  Which doesn’t really matter, since neither of us wears a watch anyway.

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 (Anne Klein II watch; measures 7 inches around)

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This item will close at 9 p.m. PST Friday May 1.

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Cluttercast: Texas Chainsaw Massacre

March 20th, 2009

Once or twice a year a  box used to arrive at our house from a Hollywood studio.  Inside would be an assortment of t-shirts or books and other items tied into the promotion of a new movie about to be released.  These care packages were always addressed to my son Daniel, sent by a family friend working at the studio.  Getting a new package was always fun for Daniel’s group of friends–not just seeing what was in the package, but he always shared whatever he got.

It was kind of like having a fairy godmother.  These shirts came from the remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.  In Hollywood, fairy godmothers don’t deal with  glass slippers and pumpkins.

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(2 blue shirts men’s size L, one gray XL)

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