|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 08:33:11 AM
I've been reading the magazine for a few years now and I love it. I'm an urban farmgirl who's into gardening, cooking and crafting. I'm also in my last year of college writing my thesis on female settlers in the American west during the nineteenth century. I keep track of my ramblings on my blog The Apartment Farm at http://apartmentfarm.wordpress.com.
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||Posted - Nov 01 2006 : 4:20:18 PM
Wow, it's so nice to feel so welcome! My thesis won't be done until May-ish, but I'll keep you all posted!
||Posted - Nov 01 2006 : 09:28:55 AM
Welcome. I've been an urban and a rural farmgirl. Glad to have you onboard. Will have to check out your blog at home. I'm at work now (bad debbie). You'll love it here.
"You cannot find peace...by avoiding life."
|Miss Bee Haven
||Posted - Nov 01 2006 : 06:02:56 AM
Hi Amanda - One of my best farmgal pals has a history degree and will be teaching a class in women's history next semester(she's been teaching computer info systems, etc. for the past 10 years). She and I are big history buffs and would love to read excerpts from your thesis.
BTW - Checked out your website - I really love that "Woodswoman" book, too. I picked up my copy from a thrift store and couldn't put it down once I started it. It's in my bookcase next to "Walden".
"If you think you've got it nailed down, then what's all that around it?" - 'Brother Dave' Gardner
||Posted - Oct 31 2006 : 3:06:25 PM
Hi Amanda!! Your thesis sounds really interesting!! My great grandmother was born in the 1800's in a dugout in Beaver City, Neb. so I have always thought of myself as coming from pioneering stock. Her family came from England. I would love to hear some excerpts from you thesis someday, that subject really appeals to me. Welcome aboard!
||Posted - Oct 30 2006 : 10:12:45 AM
Welcome Amanda! I'm in NW Indiana, just about 70 mi SE of you. I was in Chicago for a birthday party last Saturday on the 33rd floor of the "W" Hotel overlooking Navy Pier. Spectacular!! My husband just dreads going to the City, but I just love to visit there!
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 6:23:28 PM
Hi Amanda, Im in Kenosha, WI just up the road and a newbie here to. Welcome!
A sure way to avoid housework...live outdoors.
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 11:53:06 AM
welcome to the group Amanda.
~Seize the Day! Live, Love, Laugh~
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 11:51:35 AM
Welcome, Amanda! I'm originally from "Chicagoland" too - Elmhurst - but now unfortunately living in Florida (I'm one of those crazy people who much prefers snow to sun). Keep us posted on your thesis, it sounds facsinating!
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 10:53:15 AM
Hey, Amanda! I used to live in Rogers Park years & years ago, then Evanston, now Northbrook. Glad to meet an Urban Farmgirl! I look forward to finding out more about your interests and talents. Welcome!
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 09:47:46 AM
Hey Amanda!! Welcome and I love the name of your blog. Going to check it out!@!
mama to Callum 13, Katie 8, Wil 5.5, Benjamin 3 and Andrew 6 months!!
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 09:11:15 AM
Welcome Amanda! Wow..what a wonderful thesis topic!!!!
I loved reading your blog too!!
It will be fun to get to know you here!!
Jenny in Utah
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||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 09:07:51 AM
Thanks for the warm welcome!
||Posted - Oct 29 2006 : 08:38:02 AM
Welcome to the group I am so glad you found us. Ih ope youe have an enjoyable time here. All the ladies are real nice. If you have a question just ask and I am sure you will get a few differnt answers to help you out. Take care Sunshine
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