I adore factory tours. Either live in person or on television shows like “How It’s Made.” I’ve long been fascinated by the processes man has created to make things better/faster. So just in case anyone shares this particular quirk of
I gave up wearing aprons years ago. I strongly dislike things around my neck. I don’t even wear simple necklaces. Funnily enough, I don’t mind turtlenecks or scarfs. But things that hang from my neck are no good. I worked
As I traveled around Japan, I found myself collecting vintage kimonos. Some I wear, some I admire, some I sell, and some were so badly damaged that I purchased them with the intention of using the fabric for other purposes.
Two years sounds like a long time, but honestly, it seems like just a few weeks ago I was preparing for our move TO Japan. And now our time there is over and I’m already home. Home being a wonderful
I first started this blog/website a couple of years ago. Then shortly thereafter learned that I would be moving to Japan for two years. Just before I moved, I had all of my websites hacked, including this one. Since I
Fantastic vintage kitchen trivet featuring Neil the Frog. Made in the late 70’s and sold at Sears Robeck and Co. Tile is removed from the metal trivet tray, but could be easily re-adhered. Left it unattached in case you wish