Christian Clothing

Today is promotion day. I’m too busy with grandkids, getting ready to teach VBS in a couple of weeks, preparing SS lessons, and getting our motorhome ready to roll on Aug. 1 to write a real blog post right now. So I’m helping some friends promote their businesses. Hope that’s okay because these are businesses that I feel would appeal to a wide demographic.

This business is one I recently discovered and was very impressed. Kids-Teens-Moms-Unlimited is a clothing/accessory store owned by Dinah and Joseph Coppage and run by two savvy Christian ladies who really know their business. The store is located in Elba, Alabama. The store is available online as well as from the street. It is in a shopping center on highway 203. They accept phone orders and will ship anywhere. One of the ladies said she has been in this business for over twenty years, and if you give her your “real” pant size, she can get the right size for you in the rest of your clothing.

There is jewelry, hair clips/bows/headbands, etc. There are handbags, shoes, boots, backpacks, flip-flops. There are billowy, blousy tops, leggings, tee-shirts, belts, shawls, cover-ups. Just about anything you could want at reasonable prices and friendly service. If you stop in the store they will chat with you and make you feel like a long-lost friend.

Here’s the link:

Kids Unlimited

email: kunlimited@alaweb.com

 

Chocolate Gravy?

Who ever heard of chocolate gravy? Is this like a new fad or something? What would you use it for? (I know, bad sentence structure.)

My friend, Gail Horine, lives in Tennessee and she has created her own business making a mix for chocolate gravy. Her business is called Grandma’s Old Fashioned. Gail created the mix from an old family recipe. The mix comes in a 5.2 ounce (147 gram) glossy plastic (?) pouch with easy instructions on the back. I made it for two of my granddaughters when they spent a few nights with us. The package yielded about two and a half cups of sauce which we poured over buckwheat pancakes. Mmmmmm. Everyone, even my fifteen-year-old granddaughter who isn’t crazy about chocolate, loved it. Leftover mix can even be reheated in the microwave or on stove top. Here’s the link to order:

Chocolate Gravy Mix

Happy Eating!