The passing of my husband and partner Richard forces me to close this shop. The Sale begins January 20th thru 22nd storewide savings 25% and more. This is phase one, we will be continually updating and adding items. This will be an on going enterprise until everything is sold!
Facebook and Instagram without any notification has suspended my account ! I would not care except I worked hard to cultivate a following for my business !
I lost my partner, my soulmate, my one and only dear husband August 27th he was killed suddenly by Covid 19 Virus. I joined a Covid 19 Widows Support Group on Facebook and it has helped me cope and the members there helped me get through this incredible tough time. Losing someone to Covid is very traumatic unless you have experienced it you cannot know.
I posted a question about my husband Richards death certificate, and then found an article about that same subject. Soon after I was suspended ” my account is a danger ” and broke the FB rules..
In other words there is no FREE SPEECH left in America, if I disagree with another political party or I post facts about my husbands experience with Covid Medical Care or the lack there of I am now labeled a danger to society.
What is the government hiding? Plenty. Why aren’t people who get Covid receiving standardized quality of nationwide ? Depending on who your doctor is, what state you are in what hospital you arrive results in a life or death situation. My husband’s care was horrifying and I would not want anyone else to suffer this way, but on the Covid support sight I found there were many others whos spouse or loved one lost their life the same agonizing way my husband did.
They do not want anyone to speak out. My husband had the vax, he was a person with serious ailments he should have received the anti body treatment , an inhaler , zpack , and prednisone immediately but he didnt !!!!!! Because all the government can talk about is vaxing people making money for big pharma.
I think they want this death and destruction to gain power and control of the People.
Buddy Lee was an advertising mascot for Lee Jeans. The doll, a promotional item for the company from 1920 to 1962, was brought back as the star of television advertising for the company’s Lee Dungarees line from 1998 until the mid-2000s.
Sales manager Chester Reynolds, later Lee’s board president, came up with the idea of using a doll to “model” miniature versions of the company’s clothes for store displays. The 12½-inch composition dolls first appeared in the windows of Dayton’s flagship store on Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis, then were used at stores nationwide.
Lee encouraged stores to sell the dolls after the displays were taken down, and later provided the dolls for retail sale, including versions dressed as a cowboy, Coca-Cola deliveryman, railroad worker and gas station attendant. Starting in 1949, Buddy Lee was produced as a 13-inch hard plastic doll.
The Buddy Lee dolls were discontinued in 1962 because they were no longer profitable. By then, Buddy Lee had become the second-highest-selling doll in the United States.
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The MCM movement spanned from about 1933 to 1970s and included architecture as well as industrial, interior, and graphic design. Though it began in the 30s Mid Century Modern or ” MCM ” is most often thought of as beginning in the 1950’s . The movement was largely influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright’s simplicity, and organic form combined with industrial advances in materials and construction and elements from both the Bauhaus aesthetic and Industrial movements. Function and form had equal weight in design and there was an emphasis on fulfilling the new needs of the average American and European households. Designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, Arne Jacobsen, and George Nelson created iconic furniture and lighting that are still highly coveted to this day.
This seemingly plain style has a remarkable allure; it’s clean, sleek, simple, and functional, and for many it’s a bit nostalgic. MCM, is basically a design style that encompasses interior and furniture design, modernist architecture and industrial design .
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