I have been taking random classes lately. Weaving, Glass Fusion, Silver Soldering, Drawing and there is an upcoming Macaroon class that only my friend Linda could talk me into! I am going to try new things, not only because there are so many interesting things out there but also because I don't want to miss something because I won't step out of my comfort zone. [ 641 more words ]
Coming to True Heart Farm in Advance for the Spring event on March 31st. This is a beautiful Whipped Rosemary Mint Sugar Scrub for dry elbows and hands. It has a luxurious feel, a fluffy lather and it exfoliates while leaving a soft moisture layer on those dry spots. Mark your calendar!
Best blueberries, peaches, apples and more here. And some pretty sweet soap, if I do say so myself!
Ever wonder what the farmer does in the winter? Well, he prunes blackberries! The canes that produced berries last year are removed and the new canes are shap...ed to produce lots of large berries this summer! What does he do with all those old canes laying in the rows? Stay tuned for his next winter task!
I was asked to share this with you from a friend who read it on another page. I have had several friends say they could not own another pet after the pain they went through when their pet died. I understand. Sasha was a member of our house for fifteen years. She was loving, gentle, goofy and simply happy. While I always pretended she was more Ed’s dog than mine, she gave me equal amounts of love and comfort. [ 341 more words ]
I just looked back over years of soap making and my early posts make me laugh. And yet this is truly the evolution of a determined soap maker! Enthusiastic and helpful information that you may be using! Thank you and I hope you have grown along with me and have updated some of your methods, too! Because if we stick with soap making over the years, we grow. [ 336 more words ]