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Old Try

Keep on keeping on.

Back in August, while we were in Charleston, we got an email from a guy named Cyrus who liked our stuff. Wanted to meet up for coffee, just to say hi – cause that's what Southerners do. So we did. We met.

It was...

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Salemtown Board Company.

Woke up the other morning to an inbox of emails from Bearings. I should prolly only subscribe to one, but I get all three.

So then I click over to Salemtown Board Company, out of Nashville. Thought it would be the same old story: couple of hip fellas, making boards, making mountains of cash (or going into insane debt), giving Nashville another craft made feather to fly in their coolest-thing-going...

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Good news comes in threes -or- MS, LA, & DC

I don't have much news this morning other than we got three (!) new prints good to go for all the folks shopping for the holidays.

A new one for Louisiana.

One for the District of Columbia.

And another one for Mississippi.

They're all good print, of course, but the last one is particularly exciting for me. We're going to donate 10% of the proceeds of that print to schools in Mississippi. Yup. Doing...

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Bright Friday.

We go to an amazing church. With amazing people.

Our church is called Reunion and for the last several years, we've participated in Advent Conspiracy.

Very simply, Advent Conspiracy is all about taking back Christmas from unbridled consumerism and loving folks, giving relationally, worshiping Jesus, and spending less on cheap plastic gifts and giving more away to those who need it.

One of the stats...

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Our friends Hal & Jen have made the decision to adopt. It came after years of prayer and struggle and wanting to grow a family but coming up, for one reason or another, empty. For years they dealt with heartbreak. And despite it all, they kept trusting that their family would grow.

Thing is, they are also wonderfully creative. And talented. And giving. Which is why they've started KIN.

In their...

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Fugees Family

I teared up when I thought about it. 

After I'd watched the video on Fugees Family (Marianna had already seen it) which was after we'd gotten a call from them. A call asking if we'd donate some prints for their silent auction. A fundraiser to get the necessary funds to build a school for the displaced. For the bruised and the broken. For those who are missing home but who can't go back there again.


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