Get your holiday shopping done
visit Blair Lauren Brown Jewelry at The Mad Ones tour:
7711 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046.
Takes place 11am-7pm
***Jewelry will only be there today: Friday, November 21, 2014 and tomorrow: Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Not Sunday, November 22, 2014.***
If you feel anything like I do, birthdays, Christmas, Kwanza, Festivus, it's not always that easy to pick out something for your loved ones.
We're testing out a new system where you, your mother, your sister, your lova' or maybe even your best friend can say, this is what I'd like, and this is when I'd like it! The all American way. Why tell you, when they can tell us. It's rather simple really, use this link or send it to the aforementioned gaggle of gals in your life and we will do the rest. We will even send you a note telling you what they want and when ; )
Or you could just resort to simple old gift cards... available here from $100 - $1500
On our trip to Maine we found ourselves taking in the ocean air (and scents). Most of our collection is inspired by nature, and so is Grizzly, our shop muse...
"Day 3: bus driver must begin to wonder if I was in the special needs classes growing up. Took me rotating and flipping the MetroCard in every possible direction following each attempt with "is this it?" while the machine beeps in rejection. Note to self: cuteness is wearing off- must figure out way to remember correct MetroCard insertion."
The Ochi Galley in downtown Ketchum Idaho - part of the Sun Valley community hosting a trunk show for Grizzly Love this coming week...
Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn. John Muir, Our National Parks, 1901
Mount Shasta is also called, in Karuk Indian: Úytaahkoo or "White Mountain." Snow capped year round this beast is an active volcano. It is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California and at 14,179 feet (4,322 m).
John Muir’s first ascent was a solo seven-day circumnavigation and ascent of Mount Shasta in 1874. While descending, a harsh storm with high winds and snow forced retreat to sulphur hot springs below the summit to stay alive. These hot springs, still active, are an indicator of an active volcano. Mount Shasta has erupted at least once every 800 years during the last 10,000 years, the last eruption being in the 1780s.
The unique geography of the region and of the volcanic mountain have paved the way for many legends and myths throughout the years, from Native American to early Christian settlers. The most talked about myth to-date is that of the Lumarian people. They are said to live inside the mountain in caves of gold. (Of course I think this is interesting!)
Blair Lauren Brown
live love & free peace
These are the tidbits of our lives that bring the line together. A bit of the story a bit of the process & a lot of the love.