To download a flyer about the widows that you can use as a display at your sales site,
click on the link below
Now here are some answers to questions you may have, and some questions you may not have thought of, yet!
- Kids Horsin’ Around, my PayPal Account – A long time ago, in a land far away, I was living a charmed life in Southern California. At one point, I had 16 horses, four goats (one fainting goat!), a pot belly pig, two mini donkeys, rabbits, all kinds of chickens, a large tortoise, a crazy green-winged Macaw, a shy umbrella cockatoo, a double yellow headed Amazon, and dogs and cats of all varieties! I taught riding lessons, had mobile pony parties and petting zoos! My company was Kids Horsin’ Around, Inc. and that is how I registered on PayPal. If you know PayPal, it can be complicated to change business accounts, so when you pay me via Paypal, it all goes into this established business account. But rest assured, the money goes to keeping my widows and destitute women filled with LOVE, HOPE and JOBS!
- Customs and duties taxes – When shipping internationally, charges at the customs offices depend on many factors and can be confusing to figure out. To get a sense of what you could be charged, if anything, check out this customs duty calculator . I’ve actually never had anybody say they had to pay taxes…
- Why are there sometimes delays in communication and shipping? Living and working in India has it’s many challenges, not the least of which is being half way around the world from so many of our customers – when you’re sleeping, we’re working and vis-a-versa! And that’s just one of the challenges! In Vrindavan, the electricity is down for 4 – 8 hours a day!! And that has rippling consequences on the internet, which effects “real time” communication and shipping. And then there are just those many times a month when I walk down to the post office with a bundle of packages, only to find the post office is closed for some obscure holiday. Happens all the time…. Anyhow, let me thank you in advance for your patience!