It Begins


Digging began yesterday to lay the pipe connecting the studio to public water. It’s the first step to turning the studio into a health department-approved kitchen to open an important new income stream for the farm. I’m running on a shoestring and determined to make it to the finish line! Thank you to those of you who have donated to the studio fund so far. I’ve got a tax refund coming soon (yay for tax time) and I’m plugging away on a wing and a prayer! I’m a believer!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 31, 2012  

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  1. 1-31

    Hang in there Sista. If anyone can make it work, you can. Besides, you’ve got a bank of CITR prayers.
    BTW, have you received any signs of contribution to the Studio Fund from the goat rustlers in AU?

  2. 1-31

    Follow your dream! You are gonna make it, I am sure of it!
    BTW, I left you some info on the grants on the Studio Fund page.

  3. 1-31

    Exciting news indeed! Keep plugging away :-)

  4. 1-31

    Yay!! :snoopy: And I’m positive things will go well since it appears the Giant Puppy is on top of things as Project Foreman :D

  5. 1-31

    I can’t to see your progress. I love watching things like these happen from the ground up, as it were. I also wanted to say that because of you, I’m in the planning stages of starting my own home ‘arts’ classes. I find it utterly frightening how little my own generation knows about common sense home skills and I mean to rectify it!

  6. 1-31

    Erm, can’t WAIT to see progress. My coffee hasn’t kicked in yet.

  7. 1-31

    WaHoo! Thank goodness for the mild winter, also! He wouldn’t be able to dig so easily in the normal winters.

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