Tuesday, October 02, 2007

soap of the day: Cranberry Fig!

My son walked though the door after school yesterday and went, "MMMMMMMM - it smells SO GOOD in here!" Here's why:



They smell like ripe cranberries and fresh figs, and each bar comes complete with real cranberry seeds.

Oh, and have you seen my nifty new NaNo icon to the right? I'm official! Maybe I'll even buy a t-shirt to keep me motivated on Writer's Block days. Let me know if you want to do NaNoWriMo, too, and I'll add you to my writing buddy list on their site.

Also you may have noticed that I changed the font of my blog title. I like it, but I can't figure out why it insists on showing as all-caps when I change the font in Blogger's HTML editing window. If there are any HTML gurus out there who could help me with this, I'd appreciate it.

6 comments:

  1. They look purple to me and so I pay attention because I don't want God pissed off.

    Tell me more about NaNoWriMo.

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  2. Ken, NaNoWriMo = National Novel Writing Month = 1 (very rough) novel in one month = 50,000 words in November. Check out the website: www.NaNoWriMo.org. You would be a perfect participant, considering your recent travels. Are you in? Come on. I need some people to jump into the madness with me!

    :-)

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  3. ...and I totally don't get your purple comment. Too cryptic for my tired brain, I think.

    :-)

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  4. Let me know when we can buy vast quantities (okay, like maybe 10 bars) of your soap to resell. Christmas is around the corner so we're stepping up our retail stuff, and that cranberry fig looks delicious.

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  5. Looks like it's smell good!!!!

    I don't know if I'll do Nano this year. I did it in 05 and ended up with one very confused messed up 50,000 word novel! I've got two more started now but I think they need more than 50,000. Haven't decided yet...!

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  6. Sorry Nicole, I seem to think that allusions that have somehow stuck to my sieve-like brain have clung to all readers. It is from The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Your soap looks edible. Keep up the nice combination of text and image. I will look at the website.

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