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    Ubokia

    Imagine a dating site for your stuff: Joe needs a replacement water reservoir for his coffee maker; Jenny just broke her coffee maker (identical to Joe’s), but the water reservoir is just fine. But how would she know that anyone needs her reservoir? She might just throw it away.  Joe might toss the old, and buy a new coffee maker. That is an awful lot of waste. Somebody should make a site that takes care of that. Then Ubokia hired me to check out their marketplace.

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    Shirley

    I love shopping at Anthropologie. Not because I actually buy anything; I make way too little money. Not to mention the fact that their fairy tale clothes fit a version of me from a long, long time ago, and a land far away. I love Anthropologie for the window shopping. The mix of feminine with the unexpected and out of the ordinary makes the shopping experience interesting every time. But mostly I love Anthropologie because of the work they put into their displays. They build sculptures: an impossible pile of 50 wooden chairs all balanced on one chair on the floor (don’t worry they prepared for klutzes like me and…

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    Goodies: Bird Stack

    I could fill my home with this look. I love the clean lines and neutral tone combined with a touch of whimsy. I found this giclee print while browsing though Etsy. _________________________________________ Subscribe to CoffeeJitters © Copyright Judy Haley 2008. All rights reserved.

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    Those were his words, not mine

    063, originally uploaded by coffeejitters. Mr. H and I were wandering around the mall this evening when we came across this item. I mentioned to him that it would be awfully nice to have all of my rechargable items organized and ready to go so that in the morning I could just grab them and run. He responded that this item was “anal-retentive foofiness.” © Copyright Judy Haley 2008. All rights reserved.