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Mohr & McPherson Opens New Showroom In Watertown

Mohr & McPherson Opens New Showroom In Watertown
Local Source for Global Style – Since 1991

http://www.mohr-mcpherson.com/

One of my favorite places for awesome finds, Mohr & McPherson, has recently opened a new showroom on Pleasant Street in Watertown. This is exciting because it is on my way to Russo’s (great produce, cheese and prepared foods), and a welcome respite if you go to Launch (the trampoline park)- fun for the kids then fun for you!
Always on the cutting edge of design, Kevin McPherson, has spent decades sourcing and retailing in home furnishings from around the world. In this beautifully designed Watertown space, Kevin will offer one of the largest selections of Eastern and near Eastern woven carpets in New England at a complete range of pricing.
With Kevin now based in Thailand, Mohr & McPherson is under the watchful eye of his youngest son Callum McPherson who brings a millennial’s sense and sensibilities
to the family’s well-established furniture importing business. It has never been easier to furnish your home stylishly and internationally, without a passport.
For more information on the store call: Callum McPherson at 617-877-9543
http://www.mohr-mcpherson.com

“When Did I Get Like This?” book reading by Amy Wilson at Brookline Booksmith May 12

Amy Wilson, creator of the one woman show,  Mother Load (directed by Julie Kramer)  and contributing editor to Parenting magazine, wrote a funny, funny book. She is in Boston and reading from it at The Brookline Booksmith tomorrow night at 7 pm. Her blog, motherload: the blog is funny, insightful and I know you will like it. when did i get like this amy wilson at capability mom blog

Today, I look like an organized and together person when really I am not

While ferrying around in my trusty Mommy Car today, one stop was for the Library fundraiser – I was to drop off blank name cards at a fellow volunteer’s house.  She is going to use her (as yet unsung) skill in calligraphy to transform these randomly cut cards ( so green of me, I used the back of a calendar).  I had a big piece of plastic to protect them from the rain but hadn’t thought to leave them for her in a nice package.  Fortunately, Mommy Car is loaded with stuff and I was able to find a rubber band (from my stack on the gear shift from the take out sushi from Whole Foods) and further searching revealed a post-it note (although slightly wrinkled, not written on save for the cute PMS  joke on it) and a (working) pen.  I wrote a note, thanking my generous friend, put in on the (now ripped to normal size) plastic  over the (green) cards securing it with the rubber band and dropped it on her porch.  It looked like I may have even thought to package it this way before I left the house.  Not so.  Oh, well, now she knows I am really a disorganized wretch that sometimes lands on my feet and is pleased as punch but sometimes feels so guilty for looking together that I tell on myself.

Pimp Your Mom Blog?

Cheesy, right?  I had Pimp Your Headlines as a title but that sounded too nasty, too close to head lice (big fear). Although I just started this blog this year, I already have a love/hate relationship with my stats.  I check them daily (okay, more like twice a day but at least not hourly, like I have a problem or anything) and I do like it when more people read my blog.  Go figure.

 Check out this great post over at CoffeeShopBloggers  from friend and fellow blogger (http://www.pragmaticmom.com) about 10 solid tips to writing great headlines for blog posts, mommy blog or otherwise.   There are some good links to other great sites about  how to get more traffic to your site.   Disclosure – I write at Coffee Shop Bloggers, too.

Not sure I did everything I was supposed to in the article but let me know what you think.

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