WINTER Seattle rain isn't a thing that I must endure this year. There are so, so many horrid things about COVID, but the one not-horrible thing (I will NOT call it a good thing; there are NO good things about 4K Americans dying EVERY day from what is essentially a preventable disease) is that I am not tied to my studio, producing the next generation of Pike Place Pigs. So, I'll be back in the spring. I'm taking my dogs & heading for warmer, drier climes in my RV. May you & yours find a way to hang on to your sanity in these strange, strange times. I am hopeful, though, that we will begin to move toward better times, better lives sometime soon after tomorrow. In the meantime... I'll see you around the end of march/ beginning of April. Peace. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Get an automatic 20% discount on orders over $47 until the pigs return to Pike Place Market daystalls, likely when King County moves to Phase 4 of the COVID Recovery Plan. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ By all means, PLEASE place an order! It'll help me feed myself & these sweet puppy dogs while we're out appreciating America's natural beauty. I just wanted you to know that it'll be a while 'til you see that pig! Follow me on instagram or Facebook to witness this ill-conceived boondoggle. @pikeplacepigs ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You can help the economically vulnerable Market community by making a donation to the Pike Place Market Foundation. Just click on this big pink box to be redirected to their website. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you! Stay safe & healthy!

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Who doesn't love a piggy bank? Think back to your childhood... What did your piggy bank mean to you? It was more than just a place to put your pennies... it represented endless possibilities. It allowed you to dream of what you would do with the money you were saving. It taught you to think ahead and to plan. For kids just beginning to learn the value of money, a piggy bank is an essential tool that makes saving fun. For adults, it's a bit of nostalgia. Regardless of age, piggy banks are just plain good fun for everyone!