Monday, September 17, 2007


Good goods & co dares you to attend Boofest!! Set on the evening of the full moon: Wednesday, September 26 from 6:30 to 8:30pm, this is a fun and silly way to kick off the fall season. We'll be concocting some delightfully frightful refreshments and yes, somehow wine will be included! And, if you come in any sort of costume-we'll have a special treat for you!! hee hee hee

We will be holding back some special inventory for Boofest but there is plenty out now. The ever-popular mini pumkin pods are selling like crazy and the Lori Mitchell figurines are in and adorable as usual. Crows-or should I say ravens-owls, ghosts, some great fall candles and more are out and boxes are showing up daily. so you don't need to wait til Boofest to show up-we'll welcome you anyday!!!
On a heavier note, I've seen that Kandor/Lavendar has closed both their downtown and Eagle locations. Any independant business like mine should hate to see that. I don't know the owners but I hope all is well with them and that they are okay.
Until Boofest then-
Take care!!

Thursday, September 13, 2007

News from Good Goods & co

Well, I am finally making time to create a spot on the web that friends can log onto and see what is new at the shop.

And right now it is Halloween and Fall. I've always disliked the fact that retailers have seasonal items out long before the holidays (like the Christmas inventory we are seeing on shelves -in September!!! puleeez!!) So I, in my infinite wisdom, hold off until after Labor Day-despite the clamoring of customers!!-then I am panic stricken because it is taking me so long to get everything out. Phew! So I stayed VERY late (early) at the store last night and redid pretty much everything. Ninety percent of what was clogging up the storage room is now on the floor, the rest will be out by this weekend. More shipments are still coming I'm told by the vendors (what are they thinking?? They can't ship late!!)

All should be in place for "Boofest" on Wednesday evening, September 26!! Scheduling for the full moon seemed appropriate for this spooky, fun event. We'll hold back some especially "scary" pieces and concoct eerie finger (literally!) finger foods. This is our way of saying good bye to summer and the start of the autumn/holiday seasons. More on that later!!

Hope each of you can find time to pop in and see what is new. Until then, take good care!