Anointment began as a stall in the Halifax Brewery Farmers’ Market in 2002. Selling bar soap, Anointment did brisk business with customers who came weekly to buy multiple bars of soap packaged simply in hand-stamped paper bags secured with twine. Herbal baby products were a side idea for a booming soap business. Fifteen years later,… Read More »
Today’s post at Oh My! Handmade Goodness is the summary of the conversation I had about balance, life, and raising kids while running a business with Betsy Thomas, co-owner of Bummis, one of Canada’s original cloth diaper manufacturers. Be sure to check it out!
These are some of the eight ladies that roam our yard every day and provide us with fresh eggs. They are endlessly fascinating and entertaining, I enjoy having them around!
Adapted from Soulemama‘s “…Friday ritual. A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.” Rather than capture a “moment”, I feel inspired to capture the small details around me, to remind me to stop and smell the… Read More »
This topic has come up a few times now but this is the first true customer testimonial that has come in complete with photos! I have three kids, a dog, two cats and eight hens (not in the house – most of the time). I have a lot of messes – and when it comes… Read More »
Sometimes when you’re at home with your children the smallest things are funny. As I was cleaning up under the high chair after a spaghetti lunch a perfectly formed ampersand greeted me under the table. I couldn’t stage that if I tried. There you have it. Pasta punctuation.