Sarah + Tim

a canadian, american and calico living in perfect harmony

Cashmere, Baby November 29, 2009

I don’t know a single woman that doesn’t love cashmere and the feel of it on her skin!  Right now at my fashion and image site, Cable Car Couture, we are giving away a luxurious cashmere scrunch scarf by TDM Design that was handcrafted in Nepal by local women.  Take a moment to share your favorite charity here and enter to win this amazing cashmere scarf!  You can keep it for yourself, or gift it for one of your favorite women this Christmas!

To enter the giveaway for the cashmere scarf, click here! Because believe me… you are going to want to be sporting this cashmere scarf for the rest of the season!

Isn't cashmere amazing? Look at this scarf!

 

when in doubt, give art January 7, 2009

This Christmas, there were several creative gifts that were given.  Instead of buying gifts, several of our extremely artistic family members made one of a kind gifts instead.

Since returning from his mission this year, my not so little brother Steven has been studying art at Langara College in Vancouver.  This is Ness, done specially for Tim.

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sdc18274The X-ray painting.  Brilliant!  This is going to match perfectly in our living room!  Since it was too large for the carry-on, Stephanie is babysitting it for us.  Thanks, Steph.

sdc18190Like a kid at Christmas, Uncle Barry was thrilled with his Harvey Birdman compilation by Joseph.  It was ironic, since Uncle B gave Joe a Harry Birdman video game.  Wild!

sdc18194Joseph drew Charlie-moley – with the mole, since removed – and his bride to be.  Charlie lived with our family for two years as an exchange student.  On his scriptures is engraven Charlie Ward Shin.

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sdc18193Saundra’s gift to us – impressive, isn’t it?

sdc18220Clean thoughts, everyone!  Nice work, Steven.

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The one to the left is a painting or Rec Beach, Vancouver’s local nude beach.  The title: It’s too cold to be naked.  Yessssssss…

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Mom loves her portrait of her and Dad by Joe.

When in doubt, give art.  It’s the gift that keeps on giving.