Monthly Archives: March 2011

Raspberry Fields Forever

Here’s a cute shoe. Right?  Very very cute.  I thought this was an OK shoe when I saw it in black at the trade show.  I picked it up and said, “Oh, cute,” and then Karen said, “Yeah, cute,” and … Continue reading

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The Time I’ve Lost in Wooing

“The Time I’ve Lost in Wooing” is a set of lyrics that Thomas Moore wrote for the old Irish air Pease Upon a Trencher.  It describes a young man’s plight as he finds himself, despite his feeble attempts to resist, … Continue reading

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Love for Sale

Neither my tub nor my bathroom sink has drained within an hour of their use since, I think, November.  The tub sludge I’ve apathetically tolerated as a black, slimy, possibly sentient roommate suddenly became unbearable yesterday and I ran downstairs … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

Many Belles Down, one of my favorite lines that we carry at Queen of Hearts, has been knocking me dead with the heartbreaking gorgeousness of their spring line.  For the past few weeks we’ve been receiving a steady trickle of … Continue reading

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