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  1. I've just stumbled across your blog & absolutely love it! Can't wait to read more as time & children permit. Am in awe of your home dyed wool.

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  2. hi Christine

    thanks for your lovely blog and ideas for all sorts of things... the picture of your fireplace on this cold and snappy night just made me feel a bit warmer, as I trek off to bed. Good to find a great Australian blog, with beautiful craft and food ideas now . Definitely knitting and craft making weather right now! Have you used handspun wool to make a [womans] hat recently? Our local markets have sparked my interest in knitting, and I"ve bought a bit of merino/alpaca wool, so I thought i'd see what was around.

    stay warm where you are!

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  3. Hi, pictures of inside your greenhouse look great. I am currently shopping for one and would love some feedback. What brand is it and are you happy with it? I've been using a plastic one for a long time and thinking of going to the polycarbonate as the plastic needs replacing which costs about as much as a new poly unit. Cheers, Maree.

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  4. Hi Christine and Family,

    hope all is well.

    wishing you a happy christmas.

    cheers

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  5. Hello Christine
    I have just done some study on wheat......
    Wheat Belly by William Davis MD is the most amazing book I have read in years. If you are having any belly or bowel problems - this book is definitely worth a read.
    The thought of removing all wheat from our diet (I am a bakers daughter) was incomprehensible - after reading this book and realising how sick it has been making us all - the decision was easy.......
    Take care and best wishes to your family

    Narelle x x

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  6. Hi I just read you recipe for comfrey ointment, not to sound crazy but what is comfrey? I would love to make this but I don't know this herb

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  7. Just found you via The Beetle Shack- love what I've been reading :)

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  8. Hi, Terrific ideas. Re the vinegar or lack thereof: lemon or lime juice is a great salad dressing and can be substituted for vinegar in other recipes is necessary.

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Hi there, so nice of you to stop by! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I love hearing what you are up to. Christine x

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