Dear MaryJane ...
I just wanted you to know that you made a LIFETIME impression on me years ago when you visited Kentucky and came to the home of Frannie Meshorer. I was the one who had gone back to school and left my business that I dearly loved, but you said, “Oh no, you need to go back to what you love—your business.” I’ll NEVER forget that and the other words of wisdom you shared that day at a little cabin deep in the country. THANK YOU DEARLY, MaryJane! I still continue to follow you and receive your magazine, and I deeply enjoy each and every page. I just did a photo session this past weekend for our upcoming website and I spent the whole time thinking, “What would MaryJane do, or wear?” Of course, LOTS of aprons were involved. I wanted you to know how much you impact the hard-working women of America. HUGS, my sweet friend!
I just received my first copy of your magazine as a gift from my mother (one smart lady!), and I just wanted to drop you a note to tell you that
I work a full-time corporate job as a marketing copywriter, but my family and I have just purchased a new rural property with big plans to farm and work from home someday. Every day, we take steps to get a little closer to our goal of living the most natural life we can, and we look forward to raising our son to appreciate the benefits of a natural and organic lifestyle, too. As a blogger (and as someone whose priorities aren’t always shared by others), I’m always looking for new resources and like-minded friends, and I’m happy to count MaryJanesFarm among them!
Thanks for such a wonderful, inspiring publication!
Yesterday, a friend loaned me an issue of your magazine, and I’ve not wanted to let it out of my sight! I love this issue—love it, love it, love it! I immediately went online to find out more, and this morning ordered a two-year subscription. I am sooooo looking forward to my first issue (and so dreading having to return hers)!
I’m a small-town girl from Texas who raised three kids on a small farm in Minnesota ... I canned, froze, pickled, jellied, baked bread, had chickens and a milk cow, and even made butter.
I’m older now (60 is creeping up), and I certainly don’t want to work that hard anymore, but I can still “relish” my memories. I have a little-bitty camper that I want to “decorate” and get out with. I spin wool and weave and am starting to dabble with some mixed-media art. I dream, play, and create as Spirit moves me ... and yesterday, your magazine moved me. Thanks for making me smile so much yesterday and today ... and I think tomorrow, too!