Trunk Club

I recently heard about his interesting service called Trunk Club. It's a personal online shopping service for men. When I told my boyfriend about it, he immediately went online to sign up. Then a personal shopper on their end contacted him saying they would have a phone meeting to chat about his clothing style.You're all wondering, "How did I not think of this?! How did it take this long before someone put this into practice?!" I know. It's genius. Most men hate going to stores to shop. It's hard to get him to look on clothing online. And as much as I enjoy shopping, sometimes he fights me on the clothing I think looks good on him. Enter the third party of Trunk Club.

He just got off the phone with his personal shopper. The "trunk" arrives in a week! We'll see how it goes!



Cat Fancy

Difficult to quilt while there is a cat wrapped in it

Another post dedicated to that ridiculous cat named Socks.

I learned quickly that I can't leave things out. Like, ever.

Thankfully she hasn't ruined anything!

The post I never thought I'd post

Socks sits behind my machine while I sew
When you start a blog, you forget that you might have to post a few personal, possibly embarrassing things. You know, like how you have a Ren & Stimpy memorabilia collection, or that you really really love flannel sheets. Or that, if for any reason you find yourself alone in life, you will become that crazy cat lady.  
Don't get me wrong, I like dogs too. But when we first moved in together, the boyfriend and I decided to get a couple cats to come home to (as if we weren't enough for each other) and dogs just aren't practical for a New York apartment and lifestyle. Anyway, we love the little rascals. Their names are Socks and Fiona.
Today I'm letting you glimpse into the life of Socks. She's lying on her back on my lap as I attempt to type this, and she's snoring. This cat is ridiculous yet totally makes my day. She is always in everything. Everything! And I have about a gagillion pictures to prove it. Today's theme is the desk. It turns out that training a cat to not do something is quite a futile effort. 

But it's cool. I've come to grips with it. I've also invested in lint rollers


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