I was my birthday yesterday. Yes, I’m 29. Again. The rule in our house is that on your birthday you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do. It’s a great rule. I’ve used it over the years to spend all day in bed or all day watching television, to work on my scrapbooks, to quilt and to … Read More
The 2nd edition of my book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling, is finally at the printer! Hurray!!! They’ve told me it will ship out on March 28th. I thought it was going to be a relatively easy project to edit and update it, but it turned out to be a much larger endeavor than I had anticipated. Based on questions I … Read More
Check out the most amazing video clip! It’s a tribute to motherhood that is unsurpassed!
After a lot of very interesting research, I’ve written an article on The History of the Bath. It was published as the cover article in the Handcrafted Soapmaker, journal of the Handcrafted Soap Makers Guild. You can read the entire article.
My labeling book got another positive review! David Fisher, the About.com Guide for Candle and Soap Making reviewed my book, Soap and Cosmetic Labeling, and gave it a very positive review. I’m just jazzed about the positive response it’s getting! Looks like a reprint will be in the near future!
I have to say I am just tickled with the review that Beth Byrne wrote about my book in the on-line soapmakers magazine, The Saponifier. When they said they were going to review the book I was happy, but I never expected such a glowing (and long) discussion of the book! I’ve always been a fan of the The Saponifier. … Read More
From the police report for July 30 – August 5th. Only in a place like Myrtle Point will loose cows and a report of kids skateboarding on the roof of the school be the top stories in the police report!
We have new baby ducks! Momma duck laid her eggs in the barn so we put them in a safe place (a very large, low cage) until they hatched. They arrived, happy and healthy on July 10th. Momma took them down to the pond immediately and they’ve been cruising around the yard already. They’re mallards, basically wild but living here, … Read More