Last night as the votes were coming in I wrote a prayer, a poem. I am not religious in the sense of I attend one church. I am religious in […]
I bit off more than I could chew — Who knew driving across country with a three/four year old, camping, visiting retailers and zoo’s would wear out a mom. It […]
Day 3 was a busy day. We drove from Sacramento, Ca to Petaluma, Ca. In Petaluma, we picked up our new El MundoMundo Yuba Bicycle. If you know nothing of […]
June 2nd was spent visiting Sacramento, CA. My closest friend lives there. She and her son joined us on our first outing. Two moms, two boys age 2 and (almost) […]
June 1st 2015 was the start of our Weaving thru America. It was a late start due to getting new tires on the trailer. We drove from LA to Sacramento […]
Back in February, I had this crazy idea– drive across America with my son. The blank stares, the looks of your crazy to WOW, thats amazing made me for a month […]
Getting ready for the spring consignment sale means weeding through those things my son has outgrown. Some items hold no great memories and then there are these PINK CAT SHOES.
A year ago life changed. I started a blog, went to India for six weeks with a 2 1/2 year old, and my father had brain surgery. They say under […]
The day is already behind…Monday morning, I should be in my home office by 8am, at the latest. It’s now 9am. Some how the hour lost of work was worth […]
We got back from India on Wednesday to NYC.Do not worry I still have lots to write.
I have not written in days but it seems like weeks. In the last week, my father has had not one surgery on the brain but two.
One of the things I am doing in India, seeing what the rug Industry has done to help the families and communities in the area.
Traveling at the age of 2 1/2…well actually 2 years 8 months, is tough. There are so many new things to see and foods to try. It does not help […]
Holi — a wonderful day of color. A day of celebrations where for many work stops and joyous celebration begins.
HBT has been amazing. At the age of 2 1/2 he has and will be dragged through more every type of rug process. Today we visited Obeetee Rugs–while I have […]
Jaipur Rugs, our first stop on our trip, employees disabled indians. Mr. Chaudhary says “If you have a good Heart and a good soul, you can do anything.” Very true […]
We got to visit Kilol, a hand block printing textile company. A team of 300 turn out some beautiful clothing. After watching and videoing the process, I of course went […]