>the many faces of olive

>taken in rapid succession:

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  1. >Hi Eliza – thanks for the comment on my blog. As far as having ‘entertaining’ posts to offer, I’m not so sure!In answer to your question, yes, I do have a website and it is http://www.threesistersorganics.org. Excuse the fact that none of the pictures are up yet – I’m lazy, pure and simple. There are a lot of great ideas in my head, a lot of them just never come to fruition!I joined your Twin Cities group, as you probably already know, and look forward to meeting people in the neighborhood, so to speak!Thanks again for the comment and I look forward to reading your blog and seeing more pictures of Olive!

  2. >Oh Elle, she’s darling – even when she’s upset! I’m so glad I got to meet her when you guys were visiting SD. Hope all is well – great blog 🙂

  3. >Hi Eliza,The Nablopomo/Ning site is having problems so I thought I’d answer the question you left there – here! I’m an ex-Santa Barbarian. What part of So-Cal do you hail from? Oh, and may I say that your little girl is just darling! OR as my friends and I say: Freakishly CUTE! Love your blog! You are who I want to be when I grow up… oops, too late!

  4. >Hi Eliza – I was here the other day when I was checking out She Who Blogs, and Olive’s many faces caught my eye. They are impossibly cute! But you probably already know that. I am a West Coast transplant too — here for 15 years now from Oregon.

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