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Friday, November 10, 2006

Where I Work

So maybe by now you're curious about where I work. And why I travel so frequently. And maybe I want to tell you because it's getting nearer to the holidays, time to do some fair trade, socially responsible holiday shopping. I work here. From where I am in our Maryland office, next to our customer service department, I can hear them on the phone, taking orders.

Meanwhile, it's another day of driving and flying for me, and to my great relief, my passport is now on my desk in my office. Phew!

Did I mention I'm also going to Nepal?

10 Comments:

Blogger jen said...

you've just led me to my new site for all gift giving. no kidding.

what a wonderful place w/ a wonderful mission. i applaud you even more deeply than my usual thunder.

you have one of my few identifiable dream jobs, sister.

9:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I actually did wonder where in the hell you worked!

Steve~

10:50 AM  
Blogger Tink said...

What an awesome job!! Do you need a traveling partner? Or a baggage handler? Or maybe a food tester? You never know what that goat meat might be spiked with. ;)

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like an awesome place to work! I'll definitely be scouring the site, looking for a few interesting things to buy. :)

Peace,

Thailand Gal
~*~*~

11:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You just gave me a place I can do my gift shopping from now. :-)
Amazing thing that you are doing.
Have a safe trip.

11:38 AM  
Blogger KC said...

Very cool- even cooler than I had imagined.

Safe travels.

12:37 PM  
Blogger Maggie said...

I love this for gift giving. I always enjoy giving things that aren't run of the mill and this is full of those! Thanks and keep up the good work.

12:51 PM  
Blogger meno said...

We have some shops around here called 10,000 villages (not maniacs) is there any connection?

It's a great shop too.

4:51 PM  
Blogger Lucia said...

Meno: Some Ten Thousand Villages stores buy from us, and they do the same type of work we do, so we keep in touch with them.

Thanks for the support all! You're great!!

7:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I DID wonder what job allowed you to travel so extensively. What a great job to have - travel for the greater good, so to speak.

Please take tons of pictures in Nepal -what views and beutiful buildings! Our company hired a speaker that had climbed Everest and told fascinating stories about the culture and people of Nepal, especially their generosity.

12:47 PM  

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