Little Soaps

April 1, 2020

Remember a week or so ago when I shared the creativity and humanity of a friend who, unable to do her job outside the home (massage therapist), turned her attention to knitting and started making mask covers? (https://lifeofwry.com/2020/03/25/adaptation/)

Well, now Kellie’s making and selling soap. Her soaps are designed as single-use cubes, about a dozen to a tiny packet, and come in a variety of scents. Naturally I had to buy some!

Note: my order is Invoice 001!


So, we’ve been using them in the kitchen (and getting many more than one use per).


This is one of a million stories about how people are stepping up to find ways to be part of the solution in all of this. They’re channeling goodness and kindness to help others. Or  they’re exercising a bit of entrepreneurial ingenuity in order to survive, as other income dries up.  Or they’re running out of things to do at home. Or all of the above.

Nevermind she also has a newborn at home.

2 Responses to “Little Soaps”

  1. Laurie Says:

    Gee, I’d buy masks! I need to go buy hair bands so we can make no sew masks out of our Japanese scarves.

    • Kari Says:

      That’s creative, Laurie!

      Jim and I are using washable N99s that we bought during the huge fires a year or two ago.

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