Shopping!


Sarah, at Craft Hope, has opened an etsy shop called Craft Hope for Haiti. Many great artists/crafters have donated all of the items that are being sold. All proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders in Haiti. Time to go shopping!

AND

The FABULOUS Fat Quarter Shop is having a Silent Auction with some really fantastic items. You need to go and see, and BID. I have my eye on several things already!

Start shopping early for Valentines Day, Easter, Birthdays, NEXT Christmas, Hanukkah………

I want to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and kind words. It is difficult for our family, but not as difficult as living in Haiti. I love you all!!

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3 thoughts on “Shopping!

  1. Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta- two of my favorite places!

    Things to do in Mazatlan: 1. climb up (if you can, if not drive up) to the mirador (the light house). There is a beautiful view from up atop the hill over looking the ocean. 2. Take a walk by the OLAS ALTAS and make a stop to see the divers. 3. Gotta make a stop at LOS HELADOS BING (a local ice cream chain). 4. Visit one of the Islands. 5. Visit another hidden Island (behind the mirador) called La Isla de los VENADOS, (a very quaint, vigin type beach. Not many know about it- mostly a local hangout- when they want to get away from it all.) 6. To get the best deals on little souvenirs go to the MERCADO (central market). 7. Visit the old theater called TEATRO ANGELA PERALTA (great photo opportunities) and near the theater there is this small quaint restaurant called EL TUNEL. Great food. ***There are really so many great places to go to and see. e-mail me if you need more info.
    also check out: http://www.gomazatlan.com/
    or
    http://www.allaboutmazatlan.com/

    (My mom is originally from there. Can you tell? lol)

    Now for PUERTO VALLARTA: 1. Go to the ruins where they filmed THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA. 3. Take a boat ride across the beaches (one of them takes you to this small and beautiful quaint beach, where it has a trail through the jungle that leads to the most beautiful waterfall. 4. Visit the Mercado (market). **there is also a lot more to do here, but I can't quite remember the names of it all. It's been a while since I've been there.

    also check out: http://www.visitpuertovallarta.com/
    or
    http://www.puertovallarta.net/interactive/webcam/index.php

    I hope this helps!
    Have lots and lots of fun!

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