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Writing about the quest for a sustainable, simple life and loving the process.
Interests: books, making things, fabric, rain, yarn, gardens (or dreaming of gardens), hikes, sugar.
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Happy new house!
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2013 on night market at tiny happy
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Hey Girl. I love the dress and want to touch the fabric. I made your lemon curd today. First time. I'm into it.
Toggle Commented Jan 29, 2012 on japanese dress at tiny happy
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Whooo hoo! Sign me up, please.
Toggle Commented May 23, 2011 on Featured Sponsor~LuluBeans~Giveaway! at Farmama
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Congratulations on your new wheel, Sara. She's beautiful. My girls still don't spin as adults but they are starting to knit and sew which makes me so happy:) There is a pleasure there in making things that can change the world.
Toggle Commented Jan 23, 2011 on Spinning Wheel Bliss at Farmama
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Heya farmama! Lovely blog. Lovely dresses, too. I have a jadite green 185 sister singer. Love that machine.
Toggle Commented Jan 9, 2011 on winter dresses at Farmama
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Orange is a happy, hopeful color. And you've captured it beautifully. Those tea cups that you've done are simple and perfect.
Toggle Commented Oct 30, 2010 on oranges at tiny happy
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Well Colorado enchiladas are the best - so come here and try them out (NOT Texas).
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2009 on blue heron at tiny happy
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I do believe I've been to the same blueberry farm - close to Ann Arbor? The one I remember had lots of shade from oak trees. Nothing quite as delicious (except perhaps an excellent peach).
Toggle Commented Jul 23, 2009 on Buckets of Berries at The Little Red Hen
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Well, isn't that funny - I never even realized that marshmallows were something that could be made! silly me:)
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2009 on Marshmallows at The Little Red Hen
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Melissa, your mothering list brought a smile to my face this morning! My mothering days are over now but there will always be a connection in my heart with other young women on this journey. I'm thinking of the time when my then 5 year old daughter bossily told her friends who were about to "play house" that she MUST be the mother because she was wearing blue jeans. I suppose I realized at that instant that I wore jeans way too often:)
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2009 on patches at tiny happy
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I love your chicken barn, too. You don't happen to live in Chelsea MICHIGAN do you? Don't have to answer that - just saw that you'd be down at the "chelsea fairgrounds" and wondered. My husband and I lived in Dexter, Michigan years ago when the girls were small. It's very beautiful there and I miss my Michigan a lot.
Toggle Commented Dec 11, 2008 on Lighting the Way at The Little Red Hen
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Cozy hats are the best and yours look wonderfully so. Some folks don't realize how much warmer they'll stay wearing a good knitted hat. We must enlighten them:) And if Paula is checking back - is this knitted from the top down?
Toggle Commented Nov 28, 2008 on winter has begun at tiny happy
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Congratulations on your rightfully deserved win! Enjoy the snow - it really IS wonderful stuff. I still love to make "snow angels".
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2008 on a sad thing, and a good thing. at tiny happy
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