Betty Jo has just joined the new online marketplace "cosa verde".
Cosa verda connects independent and emerging artists with environmentally-conscious consumers.
It showcases independent artists and craftspeople from around the world, providing customers with one destination to find top-quality handmade, environmentally-friendly goods. You can browse cosa verde by product category, or filter goods by a selection of ideals like "repurposed" or " conflict free"(items made with material obtained from sources that do not support violence or human rights abuses). I like the philosophy behind this enterprise- "think big, shop small".
Go and check it out.
It's been a busy week at Betty Jo headquarters. I even had to write myself a list, which I rarely ever do. I know some people religiously write lists, but I usually just rely on scribbled notes on the calender, or my memory. I think a BIG list is a bit daunting and it made me tired just looking at it.
When I can cross off Charlies 7th Birthday Party tomorrow, I'll heave a rather large sigh of relief. I can't believe this little guy is now seven.