Thursday, May 10, 2012
Buying some In Plain Sight history, supporting Joy Junction
I love when my boring plans get interrupted by something much more interesting.
I was on my way to get something to eat, drink a little coffee and maybe get around to some writing. But on the way to my destination, I heard Jeremy Reynalds, founder of Joy Junction, on the radio talking about the huge donation of clothing and shoes that was recently dropped off by the folks from the TV series, In Plain Sight. They're all wrapped with filming so they no longer had use for the boxes and boxes of shoes, shirts, dresses, pants, etc. They handed them over to Joy Junction, New Mexico's largest homeless shelter.
Here's the news story.
In Plain Sight donates clothes to Joy Junction: kasa.com
Being a fan of both In Plain Sight and the work of Joy Junction, I jumped at the opportunity to own a little piece of IPS and support Joy Junction at the same time. I turned the car around and headed down 2nd Street to their little Thrift Shoppe.
And while I was there, I picked up this little jersey.
So now I can say I own a little piece of In Plain Sight history. In the meantime, I'm waaay behind (still on season three) so I've got some catching up to do. Thank goodness for Netflix!