This week has been really hard in our house but I’m ending it (the week, I mean) on a very positive note because of you.
I made these ridiculous Furiously Happy raccoon masks as a joke and I said if anyone bought any I’d donate the profits but so many of you have ordered them that as of this morning I’ve been able to give $1,000 to the San Antonio Food Bank (who have really been struggling and can use the help) and all of that is down to you guys.
I love y’all so much it hurts a little. But in a good way.
Shit I made in my shop (Named “EIGHT POUNDS OF UNCUT COCAINE” so that your credit card bill will be more interesting.):
- I made this for me but you can order one if you want. One side is slightly less threatening than the other but they both help for social distancing.
- Well this is nuts.
- This thread is why twitter exists
- Brought home a stray cat that turned out to be a bobcat. I think we’ve all been there, right?
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