My shops tend to get set up wherever there is room; esthetics be damned.


It was reported elsewhere on the internet today that this was National Merry-Go-Round Day. How appropriate.


workers spend money on foolish things every year. Why? We see it on the web in a video or the catalog and realize that it is the solution to a problem we do not have. So out flashes the credit card, and next week we are looking for storage space for the new item.


"Don't rain on my parade!" The young woman who whispered this to me did so as I pointed out that the exact idiom used in 1965 had been just "cool," not "like cool."


The sixties and early seventies were a time of complications for radicals, conservatives, and drones.


I bought this as a light box to photograph small items for the e-commerce site I'l planning on starting


I learned early on to always beware the quiet one. In any group of students, there was usually one that stood out by not standing out.