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Saturday, July 31, 2010


This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

SHOPPING is simply part of everybody's life, more so for women. It has always been a blessing to have department stores nearby, may you be in the suburb or in the city, and even more to thank the heavens for downtown shops that are just a few steps away from you. They are the ones that make ones life in a small town easy, both in the shoppers point of view and the employees that depends on these shops. I should know, I am living in a small town and have witnessed the effects of losing previously appreciated commercial buildings as it relocate in the busier business streets in the suburb.

And hearing of Made in America and it's commitment to relive the now-just-dreams of the many town folks of reestablishing the American fabric industry, gives me the need to let it be known to most that we are on the way to recovering from the loss (or almost) of the wool industry. Rambler's Way giving a head start on it by putting up the long ago built building in downtown Kennebunk, Maine deserves a salute. They have modernized the 1792 built building, but what counts most is the rising back to life of history. I am naturally sentimental and appreciates the value given today to what our ancestors have loved in their lives. And how they love those shops!!!

Believe it or not, most of us love them as well. Therefore, welcoming it's return is just the thing to do. Enjoy them while loving them. Support its recuperation..and do so now. NOW NOT TOMORROW because we may do what has been done and be yet again in that void we felt without it. See Rambler's Way and Made in America ASAP!

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