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If you haven’t heard about Noonday Collection, you are in for a real treat – check out my latest post that provides an introduction to this amazing company that is giving back in some incredible ways!
Each Storyline piece captures a feeling, attribute, or aspiration.
[It is] a collection of refined accessories lovingly assembled by women in East Asia who have found freedom from sexual exploitation through dignified work.
If you’ve heard Stacey talk about Noonday, you’ve heard her talk about the leatherworkers known as The Untouchables.
Since they work with animal hides they are considered unclean, which dictates where they can live and attaches a negative stigma. One that sticks with them and is also passed down to their children.
Check out my latest endeavor involving (silicone) mini muffin pans and piping bags. I’ll give you a hint – ok, no, I’ll just tell you – they are mini corndog muffins! Recipe is included, of course. And can I tell you how many times I wrote out ‘muffin pants’ while creating this post?? Too many to count! Muffin pants.
If it’s been awhile since you’ve been to Disney (like *ahem* 25 years), a few things have changed! My family just braved the crowds in September and went to celebrate my son’s 5th birthday. Check out all the things I would have done a little differently if I could have!
We’ve all done it. Or at least I’ve done it and I’ll admit it to you. Whether you nod in acknowledgment or not is completely personal and your business. We literally have nothing to wear. We have things in our closets that are our size, or at least that used to be, and they just don’t fit right. And we put them on, just like we did the day before, because they are our clothes and they are the clothes that we have to wear.