Wednesday, November 21, 2007


An exclusive auction site dedicated to the creations of the "wee" ones in my care.

Here are a few of the holidays hottest and most sought after treasures;

Oh yeah, it's a pine cone turkey. This truly unique, hand-crafted, legless, holiday icon will surely make you the envy of all the freeloaders gathered around your Thanksgiving feast. Each tail feather was hand-picked and strategically placed by the young artisan himself. And talk about realism, tomorrow is turkey day, and is that a tear in his eye?

This little number is a hold-over from last year. Classic holiday coloring and full Indian headdress complete this masterpiece from day-care studios. And those googley eyes seem to follow you where ever you go! If your holiday display has ever been called "drab" or "without paper towel holder Indian", you won't want to miss out. NO RESERVE.

No true patriots holiday collection should be without one of these little beauties. An authentic scaled replica celebrating the Mayflowers' historic landing at (or on) Plymouth Rock. No detail has been overlooked in this collectors "must have"- from the blue ocean/green grass shoreline to the early shipbuilders "flying U" hull design. It's almost as if you're witnessing it first hand!

Where would your holiday be without one of these little gems? A (not so) rare Native American noodle necklace artifact thingy! You are sure to be amazed by the exquisite, multi-colored noodling bound by only the finest turquoise waxed dental floss pre-school can afford. Just like the Indians used to make 'em. Add this to your list for that guy who just has everything. One size fits all. Sorry, all sales are final.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


Lazy Guy

Something to consider from my hero George Carlin,

"Think of how stupid the average person is, then realize half of them are stupider than that."


Time to give thanks. Thanks for the life I have, and thanks to those who are a part of it.

I am most thankful for family. No matter where life takes them, they will always be there.(like it or not!) And not just my family, but the extended family I have become a part of. They have shown me a kind of understanding and closeness I had almost forgotten about.

I am thankful for my son. He has a way of brightening up any cloudy day, making me laugh when I need it most, and allowing me to see the world a little differently - through his eyes. I love you D.J.

I am thankful for my daughter. She is turning into a beautiful young lady and I am so proud of her. Things have not been easy for her. I've tried to show her that even though she was forced to grow up too fast, it's okay to be a little girl. I love you Lauren.

I am thankful for my job. I love what I do for a living, and being able to pay my bills by doing it is more than I could ask for.