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Sanjiv - glad to!Lori - It truly is the little thi...

2007-10-18T09:44:00.000-04:00

Sanjiv - glad to!

Lori - It truly is the little things that get you in life! The Head Huggers organization sounds like a wonderful one to be involved with - you're making a difference in people's lives, and that's awesome!



I did start shopping at Farmers' Markets and bring...

2007-10-17T21:49:00.000-04:00

I did start shopping at Farmers' Markets and bringing my own bags to the grocery store this summer (though I have so much trouble remembering). Humanely raised is important to me too ~ I should find a local butcher.

Katie, you inspired me in another way, though it doesn't have to do with the environment. :o) I saw your pink text and wondered what I could do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I was lucky enough to run across a fellow crochet fan who makes hats for women and children going through chemotherapy. I'm now working on my second hat for HeadHuggers.org. :o)

If not for your pink text, I might not have given this month much thought.



Thanks for the 'winning' comment about GreenDimes....

2007-10-16T12:59:00.000-04:00

Thanks for the 'winning' comment about GreenDimes.