E is for eBay!

Finally!  ¡Jesús! (pronounced Hay-SEUSS, like Dr. Seuss) The powers that be in eBay land were not appreciating my last-minute lifestyle.  PayPal!  You are a crafty mo-fo.  But two can play at that game.  Here it is… the long awaited E entry.

So… this letter is a mixture of an activity and a destination, resulting in something crafty.  It’s the perfect storm of this project!  eBay started in the San Francisco Bay Area, therefore, I feel like I’ve gone somewhere local.

The only time I have ever used eBay was five years ago, when I bought a pair of those Nike sneakers with the separated big toe… remember those?  Yeah, I used them so little that I don’t even know where they are.  I mean, who can afford to buy the socks!?  But Alphabet Summer is all about taking on challenges and trying new things, so I must restore my faith in this website!   My dad buys actual Volkswagen cars on eBay!

So here’s the deal.  I am auctioning off a piece of art.  This piece of art does not exist yet.  Well, it WILL exist, but not until someone bids on it.

Go to this link:


This is a win-win situation for you!  I’ve started the bidding at 99 cents.  And if you add in the $5 shipping, you could end up getting a piece of original artwork by yours truly for only $6*!  For simply clicking and bidding.

*That’s four whopping pounds for you Englishmen, and 4 euros 80 centimos in España.  Hello!?

You have one week.

May the alphabet be with you!

Nike Air Rift... the biggest waste of eBay space!

But bid on me... I'm on eBay!

Keep tuning in for updates on the eBay-Alphabet summer fling!

5 Thoughts on “E is for eBay!

  1. Jessi on June 25, 2010 at 1:52 PM said:

    Ooh I can’t wait to see…..

  2. Looking forward to E is for? Mom!

  3. Elizabeth on June 27, 2010 at 7:58 PM said:

    The suspense is killing me!

  4. molly on June 30, 2010 at 4:06 PM said:

    ooh! I love your item description on ebay… ‘Piece Patchwork/ Artsy Quilt’ YES! Sounds fantastic, what a great idea, Ashley. 5 days left to bid huh? I can’t wait to see what happens!

  5. belini on July 8, 2010 at 5:24 PM said:

    I remember those trainers! I remember wondering what freaky sport required that kind of a trainer or wether it was just an american thing?….you guys and your trainers!

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