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Sunday
Dec212014

favorite gifts: andrea

set of 5 cord tacos
not only are they handy for keeping tech-stuff organized—the leather is soft and the variety helps color-code devices. They’re also great for keeping jewelry untangled while traveling.
vintage bottle opener
pure simplicity re-imagined—the cleanest, most straightforward
design with a little bit of luxe—
it’s also sweet with hostess / bottle gifts.
table top darts
this tabletop version of darts and spinning tops changes everything—makes playing less dangerous unless you throw out all the rules to play a drinking game—and the tattoo-inspired graphics are like icing.

Saturday
Dec202014

favorite gifts: ryan

campfire soy candle
I love campfires and the smell of
them even more.
gold turtle
because a gold animal is a great gift for anyone.
disco 9” gnome
it’s impossible not to smile if you receive him as a gift.
Thursday
Dec182014

favorite gifts: april

XL cable cord and lumber jack
can anyone ever have too many
of these?
single edge old fashioned glass
just the right size for my favorite drink—the Sazerac.
disco 9” gnome
I have to resist the urge to display it in a straw manger—ha!

Wednesday
Dec172014

happy hanukkah!

photo by: scazonKnown as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is observed by lighting a Menorah which holds 9 candles.

One is for each night of the holiday, and an extra light called a shamash—meaning guard or servant. Traditionally placed higher than the others, it’s lit each night and is used to light all the other candles.

Hanukkah began last night at sunset—Happy Hanukkah!

Friday
Dec072012

happy hanukkah 5773

Hanukkah begins tomorrow at sunset—known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is observed by lighting a Menorah which holds 9 candles. One for each night of the holiday, and an extra light called a shamash—meaning guard or servant. The shamash is traditionally placed higher than the others and is lit each night since it’s used to light all the other candles.

Happy Hanukkah!

photo by: scazon