I kinda go in spurts here in Swap-bot.
Postcards: I pass them on to my niece and nephew to play with, so I prefer that they not be gruesome or indecent.
My Young Living Essential Oils Sponsor ID is # 1754501.
.JUST TO LET YOU KNOW-- I RE-USE, RECYCLE AND RE-GIFT! I don't like to see anything without a loving home, so I usually share if it is something I can't use. I also reuse mailing envelopes.
I am Talyn (rhymes with Allen). I am a Stay at Home Mom with a 24 year old son. I am married and currently live in the tiny town of Hansen, Idaho, but have also lived in Walla Walla, Washington and twice in Alaska- Juneau and Anchorage- and hope to live in Alaska again someday.
I would like to raise some Heritage Breed Chickens
One of my favorite mottos...."housework won't kill you, but why take the chance?"
My kitchen is Delft Blue and White-Holland, Netherlands, 'Dutchy' stuff.
I LOVE Moose....I miss having them in my yard in Alaska. I don't miss the bears. They scare me.
Autumn is my favorite time of year. Love the Fall colors and the 'crisp' in the air. Thanksgiving is my favorite Holiday and my favorite meal. I even like SNOW, but too much rain depresses me.
I love the outdoors and go camping whenever I can get away. Nothing beats sitting around a campfire with a cup of hot cocoa and watching the moon and stars. I have a 21 foot Motorhome that I named "The Meandering Moose"
I do volunteering and sewing for charity. I make dresses for Orphans in Bangladesh, crochet scarves and wash cloths for the Refugee Center, Warm Up America, Operation Gratitude and crochet hats and scarves for the our local Cancer Center and sew baby quilts for the Women's Shelter.
I am a Christian, active in my Church, and volunteer in my Church's Community Service Center.
My Grandparents came to USA from Holland and I wish I had learned the language. Would love to visit Netherlands some day.
I do a little gardening and can my produce, grind wheat to make bread and my whole wheat pancakes. I would like to get a little greenhouse going . I compost and recycle.
I prefer spicy (cinnamon, peppermint etc.) scents over flowery scents.
I don't smoke or drink.
I read a lot.
I have nothing against 'used' items, as I enjoy shopping at Second Hand stores myself.
I am collecting Dinner Plates that are Blue and White-like Blue Willow- but am having a hard time finding them at Second Hand Stores.
I like Vintage Mason Jars and use them store everything from Beans to Buttons.
I am not an Expert at anything, but I do a little
Kawaii, spiders, skulls, pagan/wiccan, clowns, other scary/ugly things--Yes! Clowns are scary!
Hair accessories-my hair is very short
I do not scrapbook or make ATC's.
I don't wear jewelry.
Counted Cross Stitch Patterns of MOOSE and CHICKEN patterns.
Cotton yarn or Caron Simply Soft Yarn to crochet hats and scarves for my Charity projects
Magnet from where you live to put on my fridge.
7 Branch Menorah
Cadbury Crunchies, Dark Chocolate, Payday, Mounds, Riesen
Address Labels with Chickens or Moose
Moose or Chicken notecards
Moose or Chicken Keychain
Coffee, Tea or Cocoa Packets
Moose or chicken Ornaments
Move back to Alaska and not live in town this time.
Travel from one end of Canada to the other end.
Boat the Yukon River.
Open up a Thrifty, Rustic (but cozy) Bed and Breakfast.
Learn to be more self-sufficient, live a simpler and more frugal life.
Hike the Chilkoot Trail..
Do a LOT of traveling in my camper that I call "The Meandering Moose". I have been in many states but there are more I want to see.
Hike down into the Grand Canyon--and ride a Burro back up.
Learn to make a toothbrush rug.
Learn to make paper.
Learn how to sew the Feather Stitch. My Grandmother used this on all of her quilts, and I love the look!
Learn to make cheese. I have already made butter and yogurt at home.
I have 17 chickens and would like to have some ducks and turkeys
Would love a floor to ceiling bookcase for all of my books-I LOVE to read.
Mother Earth News
ADVICE FROM A MOOSE
Spend Time in the Woods
Eat Plenty of Greens
Hold your Head Up High
Stay on Track
Keep your Nose Clean
It's OK to be a Little Wild
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