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Lots to be thankful for


I have a lot to be thankful for this year as it has been both impossibly difficult and remarkably fruitful. A large portion of my gratitude goes to the kindness of total strangers, who have transformed my world over the past 9 months, and the rest can be attributed to the strong shoulders of close family and sweet friends onto which I have leaned. Thank you all, my unnamed warriors.

At the start of 2012 I half jokingly claimed this to be my year – the year of the Dragon, and indeed it has been! It came with a thunderous reckoning! But it ain’t over till the fat lady delivers a heart-stopping vocal bravado (which will be me after the holidays *sob* goodbye waistline *sob*). And I have enough fight left to deliver some spectacular new projects in the next few weeks.

Honestly, I’m just glad to have power again. Hurricane Sandy left a total disaster zone and commuter hell. Storm Support is making an effort to give back to storm victims through great design! ALL profits from sales go to benefit various charities around the NYC/NJ area and will directly help those in need. My contribution is a cute lil’ french bulldog Storm Pup – go get him!

Most importantly, I hope that you are enjoying the best damn Thanksgiving meal of your life today (or at least, one worthy to be a close second).

Happy Holidays! Lets not lose our minds over Black Friday deals, mmkay?

– Tory
tn@torynova.com
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hope you all have a wonderful, gluttonous holiday. Share it with your family,
your friends, your belly, and bring a little bit of joy to others who really need it. Whether you’re celebrating with turkey on the menu or not, I hope you’re surrounded by those you love – and don’t spend this day running away from
a sly hungry fox.

FYI – keep an eye on Torynova Couture tomorrow for Black Friday sales. Support artisans and craftsmen by buying hand-made gifts or better yet, make them yourself! Don’t spend tonight into tomorrow in line at a department store.

Gobble, gobble.

– Tory
tn@torynova.com