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Toggle Commented Jan 23, 2012 on a little favour to ask at resurrection fern
How awesome, Stephanie! You and Judy together might be too much goodness in one place. I am so happy to be part of this journey. However, I didn't realize there would be cleaning involved. :-) I had to clean out my mom's desk and clear away the stuff I had under so I could sit at it properly. So, even though I'm not a fan of cleaning, thank you for a good start with The Shifting Ground.
love the ornaments.....I especially love them hanging from the neck, with a small branch, how dear they are. I also love your dream bed. Here is one I've lusted for but will have to make my own some day. http://www.etsy.com/listing/18999276/under-the-apple-tree-canopy-bed-modern but I may just like yours better. I think we need to haunt the woods and find branches to dry and make our own....xoxo
Toggle Commented Nov 11, 2010 on branching into winter at Ornamental
Michelle, Can't blame you at all for being so put out with the farm gal. Can't believe she is raising and selling chickens when she is so bad at sexing them. What a lot to go through. And then the emotions of using the meat that came from the roosters...oh it can be hard I know. I was raised on a farm and our two cows (big gentle beauties for the most part) had come to an age for them to be butchered...it was a hard lessson but one well learned. We learned to be thankful for the food upon our table knowing what or who had sacrificed for us. Many a meal started with"thank you, Lady Ester" as we knew where the meat had come from. And I think we butchered our chickens ourselves....once. But I still remember how to hypnotize a chicken by drawing a simple line and that it smells something fierce when you scald the chickens to pluck them.... as well as a few other things we won't go into. Later times lead to broody hens turning over their babies to me to guard and nuture. blessings, doris
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2010 on Raising Chickens at Michelle Legler
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babe, if you didn't take this trip, I'd have to come and kick your butt. When would you get another chance to do this fabulous thing with your son? In your next life? Grab for all the juiciness you can, baby doll. Life is all the sweeter for it. Did you want to be asking yourself, "I wonder what it would have been like if only I had..."? Yeah, I thought not. love you, doris
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2010 on outline of a journey - part one at Ornamental
Keeley, I have been so out of touch and had misplaced your blog. It was so nice to catch up with you and hear of all the wonderful changes. Congratulations on the new life and new home. All the best, doris
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on a little bit of port townsend at Stray Stitches
Misty, I am so sorry. It is hard to lose our sweet loyal companions with their huge hearts. My sympathy to you and the family.
Toggle Commented Nov 30, 2009 on riley at Misty Mawn
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