Tuesday, May 22, 2012

NKOTB Bike Basket Liner

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2012 at 11:09 AM

My lovely co-worker Bianca — who, you'll remember, introduced me to magnetic nail polish — led the charge last week for our company's participation in Bike-to-Work Day. (We won third place! We got a plaque! Read all about it here!)

While this was certainly a feather in our company cap, nothing could eclipse Bianca's joy when she received her New Kids On The Block bike basket liner bag from Salvaged Stitch on Etsy. Having just procured a wire basket for her adorable mint green cruiser, Bianca was thrilled to find a liner bag with handles for easy transport and a theme her 10-year-old self would be proud to peddle around.

Dannys looking out for his eco-friendly, sustainable-living dream girl.
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    Danny's looking out for his eco-friendly, sustainable-living dream girl.
Salvaged Stitch has a lot of other NKOTB gear, including some things — tube tops, dresses, halter top and short sets — we wouldn't recommend for anyone but the most die-hard fans. But Bianca counts herself as one of those fans, so we gave her the go-ahead to get an entirely NKOTB-themed wardrobe.

And now, here's my favorite anecdote about Bianca and NKOTB: In the fourth grade, she gave a copy of NKOTB's "Please Don't Go Girl" (on cassette tape, of course) to her best friend who was moving away.

She's got a cool bike basket liner and a heart of gold, this one.

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