"If you are creative and you know it, clap your hands. If you're creative and you know it, clap your hands. If you're creative and you know it then your face will surely show it...."
Are you clapping your hands? Or are you sitting on them, thinking "not me"?
Before we talk about our creativity, or lack thereof, will you participate in our very own Creativity Poll? It will only take a few seconds, there's just that one question. Here's the link to the poll.
(Sorry, y'all, that poll only allows for 100 votes; so it's closed already....88% answered YES and 12% answered NO)
Thanks to the CREATIVITY of reader Sara! I started a new poll. Here's the link to the new one. Pop over and vote!
So Lisa, who is getting married in June 18th, sent such a sweet email. She wants to find a good, solid cookbook that will teach her to cook.
“I’m wondering if you could recommend a cookbook for me. I’m looking for a standard, all purpose Bible. I’m very inexperienced in the kitchen. How did you learn to cook? Is there a book that taught you?”
So I do what I always do. I come to my Farmgirl Sisters! What do you think? I’m at a loss for an answer to Lisa’s question.
Her email has made me think a lot about how I learned to cook and how both my cooking and my attitude about cooking have evolved throughout the years.
But truly, I’m not sure how exactly I learned to cook.
is a "MaryJane Farmgirl" who lives in a large metropolitan area. She is a lawyer who has worked in both criminal defense and prosecution. She has been a judge, a business woman and a stay-at-home mom. In addition to her law degree, she has a Masters of Theological Studies.
"Mustering up the courage to do the things you dream about," she says, "is the essence of being a MaryJane Farmgirl." Learning to live more organically and closer to nature is Rebekah's current pursuit. She finds strength and encouragement through MaryJane's writings, life, and products. And MaryJane's Farmgirl Connection provides her a wealth of knowledge from true-blue farmgirls.