Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

Let me start by saying have a Healthy and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
And then I want to say a big THANK YOU to all of you who have supported us. You truly have made 2010 a great year for us here at R.O., and we hope that 2011 is even better! We have many new and exciting designs and products that we are eagerly waiting to release in the new year - more on that later though... (early Janurary).

But for now, take some time to reflect on the events of 2010. Remember to always "Count your blessing, and not you cash." The words of William A. Ward best capture our hopes for the New Year:

“Another fresh new year is here . . .
Another year to live!
To banish worry, doubt, and fear,
To love and laugh and give!

This bright new year is given me
To live each day with zest . . .
To daily grow and try to be
My highest and my best!

I have the opportunity
Once more to right some wrongs,
To pray for peace, to plant a tree,
And sing more joyful songs!”

Best Wishes from Random Objects

Friday, December 24, 2010

First let me start off by saying Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone! I hope that you take the time to be with your family and friends [and eat lots of cookies,cakes, and pies]. Remember the real reason for the season; not the commercialized spending-fest that's promoted on TV. Remember that giving is the best present of all!

"What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future. It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal, and that every path may lead to peace." - Agnes M. Pahro

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Destination NYC

“In New York City, every street is its own city and every borough a nation." - Anthony Simpson

New York City has to be one of the most diverse places in the entire world! There is no other place where you can be in the far east of Chinatown and within a short drive be transported to Little Italy. All the streets seem to have there own "feel" to them. This applies to the boroughs as well. Each borough has their own languages, foods, and architecture that are unique to them. If you have the time (and money) get on a bus or a train and discover the various "cities and nations" of NYC for yourself.