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Ruri Kippenbrock

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Tenugui mumbling vol.27 – Valentine’s Day at Tiffany’s

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009
Tiffany's show window

Tiffany's show window

I always love to visit Tiffany’s. Maybe it’s because I love “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, or because I love the character of?Holly Golightly, and that we have some shared experiences.?We both?moved to New York from Texas to start our new lives.

Tiffany's front door

Tiffany's front door

As soon as I enter Tiffany’s revolving door, the elegant doorman is waiting and says “Welcome to Tiffany’s”. He always has that Tiffany’s smile on his face. I walk straight to the elevator and?again hear, “Welcome to Tiffany’s” from the gentle elevator man greeting me so nicely.

What do I always do at Tiffany’s?
l visit their Customer Service Center?on the?6th floor and have my jewelry cleaned. The luxurious and spacious room is very elegant, and simply gorgeous. As I am waiting on the sofa, I become calm and relaxed. There is much stress surrounding us constantly in New York, but not in Tiffany’s! The time flows gently and elegantly. The personal customer service lady takes my jewelry and gives them a nice special bath, and bring new shinny life into them.
I wish that someday my Tenugui will be like Tiffany’s – and that brighten your day!

Valentine’s day is very soon! Please send a warm message to your special someone to express your sweet love… But first of all, send a big Valentine’s Hug to yourself for being yourself!

Happy Valentine’s day!

- to be continued…

From: Ruri

Tenugui mumbling vol.14 – Gemstone – Japanese Design “Accessory”

Sunday, February 10th, 2008
How to tie tenugui? The gordon pre-school students are trying to tie their tenugui.

How to tie tenugui? The gordon pre-school students are trying to tie their tenugui.

How to tie Tenugui? Adorable photo from The Gordon School .

We received adorable photos from The Gordon School! The pre-school students enjoyed the Tenugui in Mrs. Dumville’s class. Mrs. Dumville showed them how to wear, how to wrap.. And then all students have come up with many different uses for Tenugui ? a bed for their pet, wrapping up a doll or toy, using Tenugui on the table, etc… I believe that the children are GEMSTONE. They have millions billions possibilities in their brain. Art and Music are very important education for them to discover their creativities. I hope that all children will be able to get?more support for their education under any circumstance. And wish we could give more oppotinity to discover and provide their artistic talents.., They are our precious GEMSTONES…


Hug Me Salt and Pepper Shakers

Don’t miss this special campaign, first 10 ? customers to purchase our Tenugui on-line before till this coming Valentine’s Day will receive Free Hug Me Salt and Pepper Shakers! We still have a few more left! Hurry up and send a sweet HUG to your Valentine!

The Gordon School – composition #06 ? Accessory -



My tenugui shows pictures of earrings, rings, and blacelets.

Jewelry is a favorite accessory of mine. When you put images of accessories on an accessory, like this Tenugui, it makes it much more unique!


Students artist wearing Tenugui design “Accessory”

- to be continued…

From Ruri

Mumbling date on February 10, 2008