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My birthday is Saturday and I’m very excited! I’m still not sure what I want to do for my birthday but it involves some combination of eating sushi, eating Thai food, going to see The Hunger Games, getting a pedicure, and going to see the Titanic Exhibition at Union Station in Kansas City. Sushi and the Titanic are pretty expensive so we’ll just have to see how made of money I’m feeling come Saturday.

Since it is my birthday week, I wanted to share some of my favorites (both items and shops) that I’ve marked to return to on Etsy in the last few months.


Vintage Fairies Tea Set, 193…

$95.00

Yellow garland with paper fl…

$6.00

Elephant

$30.00

Matte silver leaf ring

$12.00

Screenprinted LACE jersey sc…

$20.00

Basketweave Series – Blue Pl…

$16.00

Upcycled Spring/Summer Scarf…

$16.25

Ceramic Owl figurine – choo…

$27.00

Vintage Alligator Tie Rack

$68.00

Vintage Gold Hands RESERVED

$21.00

Mid Century Double Cone Goos…

$50.00

You make me so happy – Fine …

$20.00

The silver leaf ring is probably my favorite. It’s so inexpensive too, I might just have to add that to my actual list of birthday gifts!

I was so excited about my new doe patronus t-shirt that I modeled it over lunch when it arrived in the mail!

So far, I’ve gotten a new Harry Potter shirt and a 7-qt. Calphalon stock pot. I love them both very much!

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