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1. Lindy Barnes - December 1, 2007

Greetings All, I am new to blogging and am finding some of this journey fun and some frustrating. My goal in this blog is to learn how to blog – there really is more to it than many people would have you believe. While it is easy to launch a blog all the gidgets and gadgets that can be added can be difficult to learn. But . . . if you want to blog do not let that stop you. Go for it! You will learn lots about the technology of computers in the process.

2. hannah - June 24, 2008

I might just do that! Saw you over at the Orion discussion about 350….I am Hannah Johns, from Moline KS, and another fiber person! I card, spin, knit and weave, etc, and paint and make jewelry (we do art and crafts shows and sell to stores to support ourselves)

Well, don’t want to bother you but thought I would make contact. If it is as easy as you say, I might get a blog. I have my stumbleupon ‘blog’ but it is different, I like it though.


3. Janet Riehl - March 28, 2009

Dear Turtlewoman,

Love the turtle linocuts.

When I lived in Lake County, California, I lived at Innisfree. My friend was Turtle Woman and I was Frog Woman.


4. Judy Lore - June 21, 2009

Lindy, aka Turtlewoman:

Did you know Sherrie is showing at the Book Haven the weekend coming up – June 26-28? I look forward to seeing what’s she’s come up wtih lately.
Judy in Salida – a Salida Dog Club member
I like your blog, Lindy. I’d do one, but can’t think of anything interesting enough to say that anyone would read. I am on Facebook – the younger crowd got me into that and I am constantly surprised how many former students (I was a middle school teacher for three decades) have found me!

5. johnt - July 14, 2009

I came across your Blog while searching for some information about Roadrunners. I live on a farm in central Oklahoma that has an abbundance of wildlife and have noticed in the last few years that we seem to have a lot more Roadrunners in this area than in the past. Currently there is one that we suspect has a nest in some scrub beside our driveway because we see it in approximately the same place every day, usually acting wounded and running away. Anyway, enjoyed reading your Blog.

6. Shirley Brown - August 24, 2009

Hey There, are you still looking for comfrey ? I grow it and can share some roots to you. I only share with those who know to honor the plant.

Lindy - August 30, 2009

Hi Shirley,

I would absolutely love some comfrey root. I am honored to have you offer this gift.

I am a student of both Susun Weed and Rosemary Gladstar. I am a follower of Starhawk. I would honor and care for this plant – this gift.

I live in the Sonoran Desert of AZ – for now. I do plan to move back to northern Michigan in 2 years. I would probably put my comfrey roots in large pots and would most definitely take them with me when I move. I’m not sure how to grow them in the desert. When I had one a number of years ago I was living in CO and for whatever reason the comfrey did not do well.

Thank you so very much for this offer,

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