Guerilla Christmas tree decorating in the Texas hill country. http://t.co/ltnldii1
$20 buys a stove for one family in Haiti, creates jobs and reduces toxic smoke. Buy one from The Adventure Project. They also send you a nicely wrapped lump of coal if you spend $100 (or 5 stoves) as a thank you.
Today begins the Christian season of Advent leading up to Christmas day. I love the idea that we are eagerly awaiting, even symbolically, the presence of Christ and freedom for the oppressed. Justice is a long time coming, but it’s a’comin. Advent is marked by a spirit of expectation, of anticipation, of preparation, of longing. There is a yearning for deliverance from the evils of...
Happy turkey day. At least for this one. http://t.co/baYWhsec
Trying to make the best of bridesmaid dress shopping. Double tiaras. I will only do this for my sister. http://t.co/tAn6nfeQ
Is it weird that I cant wait to get back to Thailand because that’s where my dentist and tattoo artist are?
Have time but not a lot of time to volunteer? Are you up for a challenge? A new website - Sparked - matches people’s professional skills like blogging, copywriting, advertising or I.T. to a nonprofit in need of those exact services. I will file this under the category of things I probably should have invented or did at one time invent but never followed through on.
East Austin studio tour is: http://t.co/rl6OwOVX
At the Clifford Helps Kids event benefiting American Youthworks. Live auctions stress me out.
I honestly haven’t given more than a passing thought to the drought and famine in Somalia these last few weeks. The steady build and denouement of the tragedy just didn’t capture my imagination or emotions the way a more dramatic catastrophe would. Isn’t that appalling? An article in the New York Times explored this discrepancy: But support — meaning dollars — has been...
At the @TRIBEZA /Big Red Sun party! Make your own martinis and hydroponics. http://t.co/EiRwZz2F
Trick or treat! http://t.co/NMMbN5e9