….well, not quite. Right about now I was supposed to be in Phnom Penh, looking for more fun to funky fairly traded and eco-chic goods, yet I am in my kitchen in beautiful Baltimore, Maryland USA.
The night before my flight I was knocked out my the norovirus. Now, this wasn’t fun, in fact, I can’t remember when I’ve been taken down by an illness.
In any event, this isn’t a rant about some nasty virus, but rather to let you know that I’m still around, but this weird downtime has given me some clarity regarding what new things I’ll be looking for.
But, first, I’m going to make my existing items even better. Prepare to see the cotton travelers bags with new longer and wider straps, and some new, shapes. Look for new colors in the gorgeous Angkor silk screen shoulder bag. It’s coming along.
Welcome to Three Stone Steps’ first blog entry of this brand spanking new year. Everyone I know is looking forward to 2008, mainly since it’s the year of a not insignificant election here in the U.S. While I don’t want to turn this blog into a little political rant, I must say that I’m also looking forward (well, waaaaaaay forward) to January 20, 2009.
Anyway, what’s in store?
Well, for me, I’m hoping and planning to have some great new items soon to offer. I’m back to Cambodia next week to meet with my fair trade producers to make some changes to my current offerings, and to find interesting new accessories for women (and men, too!). I’ll also be scouring accessories on offer in Vietnam to try to include some great fair trade and eco-chic items from there, too. Is there something you really want to see? Well, drop me a note, and I’ll see what I can do. I’d love to hear what you’d love to find.
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