Monday, July 31, 2017

Princess Diana Tribute Tshirts

Is it possible it's been 20 years since Diana, Princess of Wales, left us? It was 1997, and the 20th anniversary of that terrible day is coming up. It's hard to miss all the tributes, TV shows, magazines, and articles that are coming out now.

Iconic images of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1983, 1989, 1993, and 1997

Opinion is still divided about Diana and her legacy. Some believe she was wronged by a husband who never loved her and a system that didn't support her. Others (with whom I disagree vehemently) believe she was manipulative and slightly deranged. Those of us who watched her life, from wedding to funeral, were witness to the evolution and transformation from an almost schoolgirlishly naive teenager to a sophisticated, shrewd woman. There's no doubt she was highly intelligent, and was grievously wronged. Loved by everyone except the man she yearned to be loved by (Prince Charles), she could have become a bitter and twisted person, but instead she learned to live life as much on her own terms as was possible under the circumstances. She forever changed the monarchy, not just by giving birth to a future king (and a "spare" - the indomitable Prince Harry) who is bent on modernizing the monarchy, but by lifting back the curtain of mystery that the monarchy used to hide behind. She showed us they were humans, flawed and imperfect, and the monarchy will never be the same.
These two t-shirts are made in tribute to this remarkable woman, and contain quotes that are emblematic of her life and her gifts.

Princess Diana Quote "Carry Out a Random Act of Kindness"

Princess Diana Quote " I Lead From the Heart"

Both are available online at .

Monday, July 24, 2017

2017 Solar Eclipse Tshirts

We're less than a month away from the event of the summer! The 2017 Total Eclipse of the Sun will occur on August 21, and if you haven't started making your plans to get somewhere in or near the band of totality, you better get moving!

Cool 2017 Solar Eclipse T-Shirts at (Prime Eligible) 19.99

It's going to be the most talked about 2 minutes in history, with the possible exception of Secretariat's amazing Kentucky Derby run in 1973 (he set a still-standing track record of 1:59 2⁄5 - an amazing feat!) .
In some of the major cities along the band of totality, expect traffic chaos. And forget about getting a reasonably priced hotel room in cities like St Joe Missouri and Nashville Tennessee. But if you live near, or can get to, a small town or even better a campsite, you still have a chance.
Check out the band of totality here:

From Space . com

Bring plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen, blankets, viewing glasses, cash and whatever else you might need for this event. And don't forget to dress everyone in your viewing party in awesome solar eclipse t-shirts! These are all available at Amazon and are prime eligible which means if you have Amazon Prime you get free shipping! T-shirts are a great way to not only remember your event for years to come, but they serve a purpose in the present, as well. If your party is wearing the same t-shirt, you're not likely to lose each other in the vast crowds.
So whether you're going to be viewing the eclipse in Madras, Oregon, Greenville South Carolina, or any point in between, get to planning now!

Friday, July 21, 2017

New T-shirt! Frederick Douglass

Do you know who Frederick Douglass was? I'll bet you do. You know who DIDN'T know who he was? Donald Trump. In early February, according to CNN, " a breakfast to mark the beginning of African-American History Month, he shouted out 19th century abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who died more than 120 years ago, as "an example of somebody who's done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I notice." Oy vey. Our response was to design this tshirt that pokes a little fun at the President's ignorance, while making a larger point or two. It features an image of the great orator and activist, with text that reads "DON'T BLAME ME, I VOTED FOR ULYSSES S. GRANT."

Buy it here for $19.99. Amazon Prime Eligible!

Oh, Mr. Trump, in case you're reading this, Frederick Douglass, according to Wikipedia, was "an African-American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts and New York, gaining note for his dazzling oratory and incisive antislavery writings."