September 19th, 2004

Everyone is different

Hi!

Just joined this community and wanted to say hello. :-)

I also have a question..Does anyone know of a place in either Seattle or Bellevue that I could donate two pairs of eyeglasses?

I know civic organizations like the Lion's Club and whatnot often do drives for this type of thing. However, I haven't heard any recent drives advertised. Every optical store I've passed by in the last few months doesn't have a donation box, either.

I'm also looking for a place to donate a *really* old crappy cell phone. I hear there's organizations that will take cell phone donations and give them to individuals for emergency purposes.

Thanks!
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    chipper

Three Questions

I have three crucial questions.

#1. Are there any coffee shops (apart from the Denny's genre) who offer free or .25 - .50 cent refills on drip in the area?



#2. Are there any non-corporate coffee shops who offer health insurance to employees? (I am looking for a barista job but I need insurance).



#3. Does anyone have any suggestions for friendly, modern christian churches with a young, not entirely married crowd, that has an open, progressive view on things and great worship music?


Tall orders, I know. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
happy

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there's a front lawn in seattle somewhere that is
jam-packed with old ornaments, statues
and other bric-a-brac.

i want to photograph it but
i can't remember where it is??
oh my legs
  • ninaf

Free Stuff!

Due to some new purchases, I have some stuff I need to get rid of. It's free of change, but pick up is in Ballard. If I can't find anyone that wants these items, what is a good place to donate them too?

Pictures are under the cut.

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Err, coffee?

Does anyone know the deal with Musashi's in Wallingford? I think it's a coffee place/little cafe thing. Every time I go by it on the bus after work (around 6:00), it's PACKED and there are lines out the door and people on the sidewalk waiting, all the tables are full etc. Is it really good or something?

Cats

My cat Raven and I just recently relocated here to Seattle and unfortunately I'm too chicken to clip her nails myself. Can anyone advise me as to where I could take her for an inexpensive trim? I'm in the U-district so that would be most convenient.