Thursday, July 31, 2008

Found This at the Grocery Store Yesterday



I skimmed a few pages yesterday and am looking forward to pouring a cup of tea and sinking into its pages later tonight. I love MaryJane's books and magazines. They encapsulate so many of the changes we've been making for this year towards a simple life and inspire me to continue in this journey.

6 comments:

Teri in CO said...

I LOVE this magazine, but I haven't been able to find it anywhere here! Where did you get it? I'm constantly looking in every store I go in... BN, KS, Safeway, Walmart, Target... Enjoy sinking into its pages!!

Shan said...

Dearest,

I have a subscription to MaryJanesFarm (I just was weary of always trying to find a copy!) and I just love it. Be sure to read the article about Raising Jane...it is wonderful.

I just love Mary Jane, she is so feminine and at the same time so earthy. I have her books and let me tell you they are so inspiring.

As I have tried to maintain a simple lifestyle, I don't get too many magazines, etc., but this is one that is worth it.

Enjoy reading your magazine!!

Yours so kindredly,
Shan
Honey Hill Farm

Kimberly said...

Dear Teri,
I found it at Sunflower Farmers Market Grocery. You can do a regular subscription now right off of her website. Maryjanesfarm.org Good luck!

Kelli said...

I would love to find this magazine...it looks wonderful!
~Kelli

Teri in CO said...

Thanks! I will look at SFM... which one do you go to? I frequent the Boulder one and the Denver one at 38th & Tennyson, but the Arvada one is supposed to open in September and I can't wait!

Farmgirl said...

I just found your blog and really am enjoying it! I have been watching for these magazines ever since the one on "Aprons", think I have missed one before this one, or were there more? I am in Oregon and I cannot find it anywhere! My friend is going to check in Idaho for me this weekend....I should probably just subscribe, do ya think?? Love everything about these magazines and all her books.

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