Dear Customer Service,

I expect that by now you have entered my comments into your databank and shared them in the weekly meeting of your marketing division.

Did I hear some well-deserved guffaws?

No matter. Here’s a link to the saga so far….only you, C&E, can finish the story.  But I get to write the epilogue.

https://wordswewomenwrite.wordpress.com/2012/10/12/i-love-crabtree-and-evelyn-except-when-i-dont-an-epistolary-tale-part-1/

Still awaiting your reply,

Toni

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While splitting butternut, buttercup and acorn squashes for roasting, I realized that I could have my unsafe-for-small-hands soap and wash with it, too.

..

 Lather is the best medicine.

Toni 10/21/12

6 thoughts on “I LOVE CRABTREE AND EVELYN EXCEPT WHEN I DON’T ~ AN EPISTOLARY TALE: Part 2

  1. Toni, your WUSTHOF (sorry, can’t put that double dot thing above the U) knife! It gives me a clue as to what might inspire C&E: The knife you have is product of a 7th generation family-owned business where 300 workers (dedicated workers) make 350 different types of forged knives. Like the soap industry this is a slippery business, but the Wustohof folks got themselves a logo, a trident. A trident is a symbol of form, function, and uncompromising quality; at least that’s the symbolism ascribed to it by the Wusthof family. So C&E? TRY a new logo to make up for the DENT you’ve put in Toni’s toe.
    Patty

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  2. Toni, aren’t you clever making a lemon into lemonade – so to speak.
    I hope you make this a weekly update until they respond.

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