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Willing to trade items...
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Cynthia Araujo    Posted 12-12-2002 at 20:22:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello everyone:

I make homemade bodybathes etc, and willing to trade like crotched or sewed items or beaded items, for my craft if interested please email me
I was born in New York city and my husband is a country boy, We bought a home in Georgia he couldn't make in the City so it is like green acres I just have to get use to the pace, So I wanted to to know how to country up my home...
thank you and many blessings to all...

Nathan(GA)    Posted 12-13-2002 at 14:26:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
What part of GA you in? I'm in east central GA. The fireants and bahia grass is about country as I want it. I've been here 35 years.

Ron/PA    Posted 12-13-2002 at 10:09:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Cynthia, First of all welcome, glad to have you stop by. Please come by whenever you get a chance. What part of NY city do you come from?
I get over there almost daily, and am always glad to have the GW in my rear view mirror (grin)
Now as to swapping crafts,,,, I'm afraid I can't be much help. Here's what I can make,
1 My wife mad in 10 seconds
2 A total mess of a clean house
3 A pile of junk of a perfectly good tractor
4 A plate of food disappear in a hurry
and last but not least, I can make most of the people on this board tell me to shut up and go to work LOL
Not mutch to trade, but I am intrested in you products, they sound intresting, (not the bath part),,,, Ok mebbe on saturday nite.
Keep in touch and it's nice to meet you.

Maggie/TX    Posted 12-13-2002 at 05:14:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Cynthia, come on in and make yourself at home here.

Like you, I was born and raised in a city and then moved to the country and found that the best way to go about getting used to the place is to jump right in local functions where you meet the folks that live in your area. You will learn something new every day.

Where I live we have a couple of local newspapers, one comes out once a week and one twice a week and they advertise local yard sales and what all is going on in the area. We have something we call La Bahia Market once a month on the courthouse square of the county seat, where local crafts people can set up a table to sell what they make and the cost of a space is only $5. If you don't have something like that near you, you might scout around about starting something like that.

Have a great day ! :)

Burrhead    Posted 12-13-2002 at 00:13:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
Cynthia I would figger you can stay plenty busy just counting your blessings of being out of the city. That orta cover the 1st 5-6 years. By then you'll be countrified enough.

Welcome in and chime in when ye want to.

hay    Posted 12-13-2002 at 04:40:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
hey burr, you get enough rain over there? man, it is beyond soggy here now. hope it don't rain for a few days.

Burrhead    Posted 12-13-2002 at 19:44:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
It did'nt rain today thank goodness we already have about 2-3 inches in the low spots and it's about all low spots around here.

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