Saturday, September 18, 2010

More items won

Patty has the winning bids for the brown pashmina and the Thai bracelet. Congratulations!

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Bidding still open...

The silver necklace from Thailand is sold, but the bracelet is still available, along with the pashminas, the beautiful pictures, and the hand-made cutting board.

Get busy bidding, everyone!

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Update on Jackie

Great news!

Jackie let me know this morning that she had her chest tubes removed yesterday and is now on peritoneal dialysis only.

She said she is feeling better and believes she can deal with this until she can get a kidney.



A beautiful, hand-made-from-recycled-wood cutting board from George Lauer in New Jersey. The board is decorated with a hand-burned rooster, and is topped with Lucite for easy cleaning.


These beautiful items came to me direct from Thailand: two authentic pashminas, one in green and the other in bronze/brown, both with a paisley-type pattern woven in; and two pieces of silver jewelry, handcrafted by members of the Thai Hill Tribe.

The pashminas can be worn as scarves or shawls. They are 26 inches wide and about 70 inches long, including fringe.

The braclet is a hand-crocheted brown cuff with silver beads that jingle when it moves.

The necklace is adjustable length, with silver beads and a silver pendant.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

New, cool items!

These cool mixed-media prints were made for this project by Claudia Lauer, artist and writer. They are wood-framed canvas with colored wax below and ink on acetate affixed on top.

They're small, light weight, and would be best with a frame because the wax makes the acetate somewhat delicate.

The Ferris wheel and roller coaster are 5 by 7; while the other three are 4 by 5.

Please begin the bidding by posting a comment.

Thursday, June 17, 2010


We have another winner. Kevin Hudson bid on and won the first set of four photos by Christina Boring.

There are still many more pictures and that beautiful pet mat up for bids, and if you have an item to donate, please contact me at

Thanks, Kevin!