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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Cerebral Itch

I'm not sure I even remember how to blog it has been so long ;-) Happy 2009 lovelies! I am certainly looking forward to the new year. As Curtsy Mama mentioned we just got back from shopping in LA. We found lots of exciting new lines and have oodles of ideas for Curtsyland for the new year. We are also heading down to Vegas in February to hit a few markets that we have never attended before. Sooooo glad to be home for the time being though! I have been in AZ, FL & CA over the past three wonder my cold doesn't want to go away.....fresh Seattle air should help.

Today certainly started off exciting.....I thought Michelle Obama looked très chic in her yellow Isabel Toledo frock. Curtsy Mama surprised me with a necklace from Tarina Tarantino's Liberty Loves Company collection for Christmas. It has oodles of pearls and a crystal framed leatherette cameo medallion adorned with good 'ol Honest Abe....I adore it and thought today certainly called for it. We didn't bring any of this collection in to Curtsyland but it is of course available for special order...we have the full collection catalog at the store.

Most of our Valentine's Day goodies are out but a few things are still trickling in. We just received an order of cards & wine labels today for the lovee holiday from Cerebral Itch. For those of you not familiar with the wonderful products that Cerebral Itch supplies us are missing out! Their card line has been a favorite since we started carrying them last year. Just before the holidays they started making wine labels.....ridiculously funny removable wine labels that turn your boring hostess gift into the hit of the party. A favorite & best seller reads "Don't waste this wine on the uncultured palates of other guests."

Their Valentine's Day wine labels include some that are great for exchanging between significant others, e.g., "This Valentine's Day, in light of both our demanding schedules, let's forego the romance and move directly to drinking ourselves blind and humping oh so wildly." Others are more appropriate when the holiday will be spent with other singletons, e.g., "Valentine's Day is not only for lovers. It's also for people like us who raise a glass or two in hopes said lovers see nothing but monotony and despair as their relationship decends into hell."



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