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May 31, 2008

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Abby Franquemont

Is it wrong that I was also distracted looking at your rug?

Abby Franquemont

And yes... my own involvement in the slow fiber movement seems to take away from all sorts of other movements, including the "eat less crap" movement. Sigh!

Deborah Robson

Abby, it's a wonderful rug. It's handspun and natural-dyed. I love it. I do yoga on it every morning.

Claire Walter

Estimable! I'm flattered. I've never been called that before. The edibleCommunities project is indeed innovative and has been very successful in places where it has been around for a while. Hopefully, that will happen in Colorado too.

I do maintain a Colorado-focused food blog at http://culinary-colorado.blogspot.com and hope you and your blog visitors will take a look when you/they are not thinking about the fabric arts.

I'm going to look around this blog a bit more too.

Dani

I just started a new Yahoo! Group called Localvores of Colorado after reading Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. Come join us and bring all your friends over, too! LOL.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/localvores-co

Dani

Joanne

Hey, I'm so glad to see you posting again...I was just dropping by to check on you and see if I needed to email you and make sure things were ok over there...

About BEA, from all reports I've read, I'm not sure you missed much this year. And yeah, a trip out of the office, to think about good food and tripods is sometimes totally necessary. The home office can sometimes get claustrophobic. I realized on Friday when I went to run errands that I hadn't used a car in a week and thus hadn't walked more than a mile in any direction from home. Good for gas savings, bad for my mental stimulation...

Guess I am also part of the Slow Fiber movement. I am probably also part of the slow food movement, but only informally. Now that my air conditioning is on the blink, I may also be part of the "slow work" movement?!

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