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I have just listed a fresh handmade lavender wand.  I will have more available soon in other ribbon colors.  Come take a look!

Visit my shop HERE!

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I received several REALLY great entries for the Name the Hen house Contest!  The winner selected was Mary G. of Heavenly Angels in Need.  Her suggestion was Outback Chicken Shack!!!  I Just love it!  So Outback Chicken Shack will be painted onto the Hen house and Mary will be receiving a lovely chicken prize from an Etsy seller. (To be announced soon!) 

Here is some info about Mary’s Organization that you might like to check out.

The following except is taken from Mary’s website http://heavenlyangelsinneed.com.  You can also learn more about them from this PDF file http://heavenlyangelsinneed.com/Media/MEDIA%20Kit.pdf.

  

Heavenly Angels in Need’s mission is to serve all babies,children and their families in need. We knit, crochet, sew, craft and more to try and fill every need possible. We serve Children’s hospitals, Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU), Pregnancy Crisis Centers, Shelters, Foster care situations, emergent situations and more.

We also help grieving families by supplying them with much needed burial and memorial items and offer resources and a place to come together and talk and share.

 We give clothing, blankets, hats, booties, Special Kids Bags, and more to all babies and children in need. We are reaching out to the World sharing the love of God through giving.

 

Heavenly Angels in Need’s mission is to help every baby and child who need.

 

 Thanks to everyone who entered and took a look at my blog!

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I recently purchased an amazing CD made by Elizabeth Ann Barlow, one of my farmgirl friends. 

 

This Christmas CD is her latest and is an absolute joy to listen to. Her voice is like an angel!

Here is the description of her CD as found on her etsy site:

Twelve carols for the twelve days of Christmas, featuring the talents of songstress Elizabeth Ann Barlow (yours truly), with harpist Hanna Barlow and Julian Nelson on recorder. The carols are beautifully obscure, including many examples from medieval Britain, and one selection from early America. The recording was made in a historic building with a lovely acoustic (formerly a general store and now an art gallery). The CD is packaged in a creamy cardstock folder and tied with a festive green ribbon. You’ll find no plastic here.

I HIGHLY recommend this CD and plan to order her other CD very soon. You can order her Christmas CD from her Resolutely Outmoded shop on etsy and you can here a sample of her voice on her my space page.

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