Sarafem Free Delivery

Fish Ornaments and Folk Tunes - all in a day's drive..... I took a drive up to  Ventura (nice place to walk/shop for a day out of the city btw) the other day to return a rug Id purchased, sarafem free delivery only to find the rug store where I bought it had evaporated into thin air, sarafem free delivery along with my opportunity to make an exchange.  I am currently the proud owner of a rug which doesn't match and minus a chunk of change.   We live and we (hopefully) learn. After our rather quick stop at the rug store which is no longer there, sarafem free delivery my friend and I decided to walk down Main Street and found our way into a funky little Texas/Southern nook with a good vibe and really cool Christmas ornaments.  As if I was in the the market for ornaments, sarafem free delivery especially with my latest rug investment, sarafem free delivery but there were these shiny, sarafem free delivery silver blue fish that wiggled back and forth.  Hard to pass up shiny fish ornaments that wiggle. Sarafem free delivery And for the fishermen/women, sarafem free delivery they are probably excellent lures (why not spelled "lewers" -- is it because I'm from Texas? ). Sarafem free delivery   Don't have the name of the shop, sarafem free delivery but I'll get it from my friend. While we were sniffing around the shop, sarafem free delivery Norah Jones was playing ("Not too late" - great CD), sarafem free delivery   I also noticed they were selling a number of independent artist CD's which I always appreciate.  I spotted a group called the 'Wailin Jennies', sarafem free delivery in which frankly they had me right there.   Along with the group's name, sarafem free delivery  their music has been a great find too.  I love finding gifted independent artists - it's right up there with shiny wiggle fish. The first song on the CD, sarafem free delivery (forgot this - "Firecracker" is the name of the CD) "Devil's Paintbrush Road" - is about a woman's affair, sarafem free delivery with another woman.   Not your run of the mill, sarafem free delivery typical lyrics found in the Blue/Grass or traditional folk world.  And a little refreshing to hear.  Or perhaps just more real. In a world where women's relationships seem too often trivialized/made shallow and a lesser priority, sarafem free delivery certainly in comparison to heterosexual partnerships, sarafem free delivery it's  nice to hear lyrics expressing a level of loyalty and/or sacrifice between women.  Like this, sarafem free delivery "Single I was born, sarafem free delivery single I will die. Sarafem free delivery   Gonna marry myself to the whole wide world and never make her cry." Kinda nice to see/ hear lyrics expressing something other than disregard/ competition//manipulation between vying (feminine) forces, sarafem free delivery which media and outside forces seem to continue to reinforce. Sarafem free delivery   Methinks we could move some mountains and steer a wandering, sarafem free delivery wreckless world in a better direction if we better supported virtues like loyalty, sarafem free delivery respect and love, sarafem free delivery no matter what the relationship.  That's another piece for another day.  Which is where I will probably continue when I next write ......much to say in that regard. In the meantime, sarafem free delivery  the entire CD is beautifully mixed and reveals the talent and musical gifts of the trio overall.  xoxo