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Mary Ellen Nichols
I'm a homesteader and teacher with two grown children and two grandchildren that make my world go around..
Interests: Dollmaking, knitting, spinning, weaving, chicken-raising, bee-keeping, gardening
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The willow embroidery is lovely.
Toggle Commented Jun 30, 2011 on willow branch at tiny happy
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Nice little items like this used to be the kind of thing girls got at bridal showers. I acquired an album made by a young bride-to-be. I was fascinated by the gift list she had jotted down in order to write thank you notes. She received lovely household goods like a bathmat, embroidered fingertip towels and the like. Wow, have things changed! A bridal shower sure is different these days!
Toggle Commented Jun 30, 2011 on Just Hanging Around at turkey feathers
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I think serviceberry trees are fascinating. They got the name because when they flower in the spring, the undertakers knew the ground had thawed deeply enough to bury (and have services) for the poor souls who had died over the course of winter.
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If you google "Han Christian Andersen papercutting" you will see what wonderful works he did.
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2010 on scherenschnitte at tiny happy
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Mar 15, 2010
Happy Birthday from Niagara Falls, Marta!
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You might use the molds to make little cakes of beeswax to give as gifts. Love your blog!
Toggle Commented Dec 31, 2009 on Scenes from our day at Farmama
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When I ask my little students where wool comes from, they almost always initially reply "From a wolf!" Makes sense on a phonological level.
Toggle Commented Oct 14, 2009 on wooly at Wee Wonderfuls
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Hint for the tub: Mr. Clean magic erasers. A certain amount of elbow grease is rewarded by an incredibly clean tub. Love your blossoms.
Toggle Commented May 19, 2009 on my puffs are up! at Wee Wonderfuls
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I would love to exchange handwritten letters with you.
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