Not Martha

links: shopping

I’m looking for womens winter hiking shoes | Ask MetaFilter. I had a pair of Salomons ages ago, back when I lived in Cleveland, that I still think of fondly. I miss living in a place that gets real snow, and real snow days.

Cool Tools: Slice Safety Cutter. Magnetic so they can stay on the fridge.

Cool Tools: Bench Cookies. These look handy for a bunch of uses.

Twig & Thistle » Blog Archive » Urban Craft Uprising 2010. She took all the pictures I didn’t (it was crowded!).

Looking for some sort of keychain-sized device that will beep when the user’s cellphone gets too far away. | Ask MetaFilter. Somebody in this house needs one of these.

· comments [5] · 12-30-2010 · categories:links · shopping ·

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Jen // Dec 30, 2010 at 9:28 pm

    I shall have to remember the bench cookies for my uncle who does stained glass.

    speaking of tools you’ve recommended, I stumbled on a restaurant supply store not far away. It’s not open at a time I can browse, but I sent my husband to get me a restaurant quality baking sheet on his way to work. It’s awesome and so cheap!

  • 2 Absquatulate // Dec 31, 2010 at 8:13 pm

    You always have the best links. Thank you for taking the time to curate your site as well as you do! You and Kottke seem to be the last of the true “web loggers”.

    Happy New Year!

  • 3 Kristin // Jan 1, 2011 at 1:28 am

    I have to laugh about missing Cleveland. I spent three winters there when my hubbie was in law school and I do NOT miss the cold and snow days, even with cute boots! Lake Erie in January taught this Utah girl what it really means to be COLD!

  • 4 Kathryn // Jan 2, 2011 at 11:49 am

    Hi! Regarding winter boots, my sister-in-law swears by Neos Overshoes. She wears her running shoes (and even ski boots!) inside. They have great traction and are as comfortable as the shoes inside. Love your blog.

  • 5 Seanna Lea // Jan 3, 2011 at 1:58 am

    I miss real snow days. Most companies around Boston don’t close no matter how bad the snow is. We’re supposed to all be used to it after all. I think the snow days mostly end after high school (college didn’t have them either).

Leave a Comment