Celebrating Brian's mom's birthday today was so nice! I love spending time with family, even if it's not my family. 2/3 of the gifts I got her were Made in USA (a magical tension headache ointment, and a flax seed-filled cold and/or heat eye relief pack Made in Montana). Her doggie refrigerator magnet gift is from undetermined origins, though...
On a bonus note, some folks were adventurously sampling doggie treats at the birthday festivities, and I was notified that the canine snacks were proudly Made in USA. Though I didn't taste any, I am happy to know they are American made.
Upon arriving home tonight, I noticed a new Anthropologie catalog in the mail, and wanted to see if anything was Made in USA. Every page I flipped though had adorable product I envied, but EVERY item description said "imported" except one American made Hadley bed frame running nearly $2000. Yow. Ironically, items Made in Italy or France were labeled as such, not "imported". I think "imported" is code for "Made in a 3rd world factory".
One bed frame Made in USA is better than nothin' though!
Hello! I'm a 30 year old gal with a liking for doing year long projects. I've done a year without any form of chocolate, a year without coffee shops, and 5 years without gum (and I LOVE chocolate, coffee shops, and gum)! A year wearing only American Made should be the hardest yet, though*.