On the east side of Indy is a brightly colored German gem. Heidelberg Haus is a restaurant, bakery, pastry shop, grocery store, and gift shop. It's fun to get lost in the German antiques and knick-knacks for a while. The cookies and baked goods are by far the best part, though. I really liked the Honey Dutch Boy cookie. If you're vegetarian, you better eat lunch elsewhere. Every dish is sausage.
The Instax Smartphone Printer has been on my wishlist for a while, and I was excited to get one for my birthday. It's a wireless printer that uses Fuji Instax Mini film. The printer works with the free Instax Share app. You can choose photos from your smarphone's camera roll, Instagram, or Facebook. The app also allows you to add text and a few filters to your image. I'm absolutely crazy about this printer. It combines my two photography loves: editing + instant film.
A while back, this sweet little hedgehog came to live with me. He was made with lots of love by local blogger/knitter/non-profit queen Ashleigh of Dearly Ashleigh. She doesn't actually sell them, but maybe you can talk her into a trade.
Another t-shirt skirt variation. This one takes less time to make, but the con is that the waistband isn't necessarily an exact fit. I didn't include any measurements for the rectangles, because that is based on your size. For my skirt, I actually used medium sized shirts so I needed four rectangles. Let me know if you tried this out. I'd love to see the results.