Saturday, February 7, 2009

"Got Optimism?" Event!

Here's your invitation to join us on Saturday, February 14. Yes, from 11:00 to 5:00 you get to be our funny Valentine and enjoy what is planned for you. We just can't shake our optimistic feelings and want to share it. If you're feeling optimistic--spread it around. Not feeling optimistic? Well, we understand it can be contagious. (it's a good germ to catch!)

First off, a portion of the day's sales will benefit the Women & Children's Alliance, a safe haven for victims of domestic abuse. For more information click here. I'm so proud to have an organization like this in our community!

Boxes of "old stuff" have been saved especially for this day, new plants and topiaries will show up mid week, along with orders full of perfect Valentine gifts for.... yourself!

Then, you'll want to sign up to win some very cool give-aways.

We have the Idaho Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast providing a night in their adorable carriage house filled with Victorian antiques. Nestled in the heart of downtown Boise, this gem used to be a former governor's home. I don't know about you, but I'd love to have a nice dinner and enjoy some nightlife before heading back to "my own" cottage a few blocks away. (must put this on my to do list..) You can read more here about the history/amenities of this 1904 home.

Next, a huge basket stuffed with typical good goods "goods" will be given away to some outrageously lucky winner. Are you feeling optimistic enough to win????!!

And-There will be a free gift for each guest that day (while supplies last..!)

Of course, it wouldn't be an event without you, some refreshments (including something-anything-chocolate) and pink mimosas.

It will be a "feel optimistic" day~good companionship, good fun and a good cause.
Please, please stop in and let us spoil you!!
Best always,

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Save the date!

Save the Date:

Saturday, February 14 (yes! Valentines Day!!)

11 am to 5pm

Have a fun day out: Grab some friends, stop in and see what we have up our sleeve!

(no. I'm not telling, yet!)

See you then,