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Thursday, August 20, 2009

The Lowly Potato

I've posted today at Homemakers Who Work (click on the title to go there) about the potato-its role in revolutions, population migrations and an oral tradition seven generations back, in which a minister is nearly poisoned in a picturesque Norwegian mountain village. If you enjoyed the potato story you may also like: In My Grandfathers House -Part 1, Part2,and Part 3.

I'm still fighting through a pretty low spot-lots of anxiety, lots of unknowns, I've been talking to my business partner about selling my portion back to her and it is scarey as hell, but exciting too. I need to make some time to get back into blogging-it is such a catharsis to let it all go-the good, the bad, and the (very) ugly! We also have some pretty cool things happening too! Ahh well, its late...i mean early...Kris


Sue said...

I hope you DO get back to blogging. I miss your posts! Hope you get to where you want to be. Life's to short to not be content!

Ruralrose said...

so glad to see you back, was going to come looking for you today! I updated my book please pick up your new free copy

now I am off the read about the lowly potato, followed by a morning of weeding, and an afternoon of canning

best wishes for sublime success, peace for all

Anonymous said...

Hang in there. Its good to hear from you again, and hope things are all going well!