|Little 5 Points|
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Saturday, December 10, 2011
I met Anthony Bostic today while volunteering at the annual Help Portrait event in
. Help Portrait is a global event of photographers donating their services with quality portraits at no charge. Bostic was the on-site coordinator for the families and our host. While the holiday season often brings out the best in people eager to donate their time and services, Bostic’s commitment to the community isn’t limited to just a season. Decatur
When Bostic isn’t working his day job as Community Resource Liaison for Families First or carrying out the parental obligations of a single father, he is devoting his time creating his uniquely handcrafted cufflinks. On the eve of the country’s financial collapse, Bostic found himself abruptly unemployed and seeking work to no avail. He would not waste his days wallowing in distress, but focused his attention on his passion for distinct cufflinks to compliment his beloved French cuff shirts. Mr. Bostic’s social service and entrepreneurship is an inspiring example of how this country’s economic strife can lead to an individual’s creative freedom.
To read more about Mr. Bostic and browse his collection of cufflinks visit: http://www.uniquelycuffed.com/
|Anthony Bostic with one of his handcrafted cufflinks.|
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Women have really embraced the rain boot by almost making it exclusively their own it seems in the last few years. The rubber boot originally designed by men for men has really evolved into stylish feminine footwear that compliments almost any look on a gal. Men on the other hand, seem to prefer the boot for work or recreation and have not really accepted the boot to wear out for dinner or a pint at the pub. The most often bold colors of the boot can really pop amidst all the gloomy grays that goes hand in hand with puddle hopping days.