Today’s Friday Photo came to me. And, it’s a mystery. When I left the Worldwide Headquarters of Three Stone Steps this morning to walk the dogs, and these sneakers were left on my front stoop. (That’s what we call it in Baltimore.) To add to the mystery, it’s also inexplicably cold for October. It’s never really great to go barefoot in Baltimore City, but especially odd in weather made for wool socks.
So, do these belong to you?
It’s Friday. It’s Friday Photo day (I keep thinking it should be Friday Foto or Phriday Photo, but whatever), and I’m waiting for a long delayed shipment I just received a shipment from the Philippines. And, in that shipment will be my most amazing recycled dreidels, that are made by a women’s collective in Manila, the Philippines. With the Jewish High Holy Days behind us, it might be time to turn our attention to those Eight Crazy Nights.
These aren’t up on the site yet, but will be soon. In the meantime, if you’re looking for an amazingly beautiful, fairly traded recycled menorah made from recycled 55-gallon oil drums in Haiti, well, I’ve got you covered right here. (Oh, and if Hanukkah’s not your thing, I’ll have recycled ornaments and trees up post-Halloween.)
Seems to be appropriate photo for the end of the Northern Hemisphere Summer. Want one of your own? You can find them right here.
I was in NYC a few weeks ago, mainly to pick up a big order of recycled metal art, that had just arrived from Haiti. It was full of tons of our special recycled menorahs. Getting to NYC is always an excuse to go to Queens, which must be one of the most diverse places on the face of the earth. We opted to visit Flushing, which is known for its amazing Chinese food. On our way to get soup dumplings, I spotted this cook taking a break:
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