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Lisa Cook
Wisconsin
A happily retired Home Ec teacher!
Interests: good fiction, perennial flower gardening, hunting flea markets, and gathering with good friends.
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Looks like a delicious collection! You couldn't have picked more perfect partners than Aaron and Jenny!! The best of success to all of you.
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I am tickled pink about all the new visitors to my blog! Thank you Jenny and Aaron of Everyday is a Holiday for letting their readers know about my Etsy shop and my themed vintage paper ephemera packs! As promised,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2013 at Open Gate - Weblog of Lisa Cook
what a great bundle of joy! a gal can dream....thanks for sharing, for there are so many of us there that can join these events via the Internet only and sigh... : )
Toggle Commented Oct 26, 2013 on getaway giveaway! at house wren studio
Another wonderful article, Michelle! I love the inspiration boards as much as the nutcrackers themselves! Have a wonderful holiday season.
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I would be in heaven to have the lovely flower boxes you have! I never seem to be able to keep them looking fresh. Thank you for sharing your special place and for stopping by my garden today as well!
Toggle Commented Jul 17, 2012 on A Storybook Summer Garden at Storybook Cottage
I have been an old fashioned "Home Ec" teacher for over 32 years and I just came across your blog recently. I have tried three recipes so far and love each and every one. Thank you for all the great photos too. I shared your sit with my students and they are excited to explore it more. So am I.
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Mar 15, 2010
I was amazed at the difference in my post menopausal weight when I eliminated Coke. I only had one can a day, but I too replaced it with water and mineral water (with a splash of real fruit juice...mmmmm refreshing). I think little steps like that make us feel like we can exert some control and it works wonders. Take a brisk spot of exercise 4 days a week if you can as well. I found the addition of exercise a plus. My 24 year old son tells me I am finding energy I never knew I had. I wish you well in your efforts.
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2010 on Renovating Carol Part 2 at Raised In Cotton
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Hi Jocelyn! LONG time.... The pokeweed ink is TO DIE FOR! Of course, your incredible handwriting makes it even more beautiful. Natural dyes make the best colors. Miss you!
Wow! Love this interior. All that white space accented with crayon colorful fun things! Thanks for sharing. You have a really lovely blog and I have bookmarked it to return to again. Thank you so much for your etsy order from my shop!
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Thanks so much for letting me know you read the article. I do hope you will try soldering and if you have any questions along the way please email me. I would be happy to help you out. I think the foamcore is just so much easier to work with than glass. : ) Kind regards, Lisa On Sep 8, 2009, at 9:33 AM, typepad@sixapart.com wrote:
Thanks so much for commenting on my blog, Sue! It is nice to know people have read my article and are inspired. I hope you have a chance to try the foamcore technique out and if you have have ANY questions or run into any problems, please email me and I will try to help you out. Good luck! Kindly, Lisa On Sep 6, 2009, at 5:06 PM, typepad@sixapart.com wrote:
These are all charmingly beautiful Pamela! Of course I love everything you make. Thanks for sharing with us.
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How awesome is this quilt? VERY! Love it to pieces and would love to see it in person! **wink wink** Come visit my blog as well especially if you love seam binding!
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2009 on one world, one heart, many hearts at Spirit Cloth
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