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Old 09-13-2010, 11:39 AM
 
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Just started reading this book and it resonates really strongly with me.  I started reading it just a few days ago and we also just started raising our little chicks that we brought home from the farm yesterday.  We'll be raising them for eggs and maybe some meat so we're on the right path but have a long way to go.

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I really enjoyed Radial Homemakers, as well as some of the other books you all have mentioned. I just love that there are others out there who feel ok to make their own ways at home, at work and in life with out feeling like "society's" expectations have to be met. Its nice to be validated!


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