Come check out From Here the newest, downtown, artist market in Toronto! With over ten different vendors, we’ve got so much to offer! From typewriters to succulents and even patches & pins.
Located at 211 Yonge Street across from the Eaton Centre!
This is my very amazing friend, @dogstarprinting wearing my Believe Women shirt in a longsleeve.
Meg is one of my favorite people on the planet. An entrepreneur in both her dog walking and letterpress businesses, she's super smart and caring and loyal and loving. She's the person with whom I made the I Love Fucking You/I Fucking Love You pins, as a replica of a letterpress print she'd made. (if you missed the boat on those in my shop, go to her profile and buy them from her @etsy shop cuz they're awesome). The third picture is indeed our friend Hannah, whom you all know, with bb kitten Fizz. And please enjoy the rest by swiping through these pieces Meg's done, which you can also own!! .
Not feeling quite the Kitchen Queen today, feeling rubbish and have gone back to bed. Raging.
The very lovely @sophie_devere gave me this pin as a gift a while ago. It matches my own mixer and I love it so much! Back to the Kitchen next week. For now I'll be watching the Crown and hiding beneath the duvet if anyone needs me! 💤
This pin set is for those who either are child free by choice, or those who recognize that having a kid isn't a bouquet of roses and isn't too afraid of the wrath of the Religious Order of Parenthood to say so. This little Rattle and Ball & Chain is subtle but effective.
This pin set is about having your choice to not ruin your life if that's what having kids feels like to you. Cuz you know what? I'd be a shit mom. Not cuz I'm not kind and empathetic and loving, but because I would resent the shit out being forced to bear a child that would anchor me forever. And I am So grateful to all those brave women who fought for our right to have legal and safe abortions. I'm late passing this, but #roevwade was passed 45 years ago on Jan 22. Thank the fucking Supreme Court.
Did you know that people feel legitimate outrage when they're faced with women who choose to be child free?
I feel outrage when I see neglected kids, when I hear of parents forcing their kids to be miserable so they can vicariously live out their wasted dreams, when I hear parents shame each other for teaching their children that actions have consequences.
We're called selfish, as if there aren't enough people on the planet to destroy it already, as if there aren't already enough homeless kids out there who need shelter already, as if giving birth to someone who didn't ask to be born, just so you can have a mini me isn't.
Have a kid? That's fine, as long as you're a good parent. Cuz life is fucking hard, and if you willingly brought someone into life knowing fully well you couldn't do right by them, that's just about the worst thing you could do.