Eugene, OR, US
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Toona Sensis (Chinese Toon or Mohagany) 2nd year seedlings. These produce edible savory leaves that taste like mild onions or garlic. Trees can be coppiced or pollarded to keep them at a manageable height for food production.
Ribes Aureum (Golden Current) 2nd year seedlings. Drought tolerant once established. Produce nutritious berries.
Three years ago I wrote 19 songs for a local production of The Secret Garden. A friend of mine created a beautiful songbook to go with the CD that I recorded. Thinking that cast members and audience members alike would enjoy having a copy of the songbook and CD, I printed up many copies of each. I believe I sold five. My thought is that perhaps those of you who work with (or have) children and who love this story would enjoy sharing these songs with your children. Here is a link to my account on Soundcloud where you can listen to the songs.
I'm an artist and a photogrpaher and I am looking for a flat file cabinet that I can store my work in. I am currently using old photo boxes
The mirror is in three large pieces. Original mirror was about 1' X 2 '. Perfect for mosaic work.
We have a bunch of Kindista propaganda (cards and stickers) and we would love your help in spreading the word. Are you interested in picking up a stack of cards/stickers and handing them out to people in your community to get the word out?
all chromatic instruments welcome.
Let's music together! I love playing my ukulele and singing. We can do that together, if you want, or you can just listen if you like. Or even accompany me with another instrument! Many of the songs I play are relatively easy. I like fun and interesting chord progressions with lyrics that are sweet and inspiring or funny and entertain me. Maybe you'll like them too :) Let's play!
Thank you so much for the three bags of aronia berries! They are all dried and tucked away for the winter. Yum! Picking them up also provided me with the wonderful opportunity to see your beautiful garden and all that is new since I last saw it years ago and to talk with you for at least a little bit. Many, many thanks for sharing the bounty of your garden with me.