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Amos Nachoun and Happy Girl Unite in a KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN!!!It is all about community.... In this day, people are so busy it is hard to find the time to connect.  I am lucky to have a cafe that is a destination that people come to do just that and we have a regular we would like to connect you to.  Meet Amos Nachoun, world class photographer and adventurer.  He is just too good to keep to ourselves and so together we have launched a kickstarter campaign to introduce him to the rest of the community!  You never know who is sitting...

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Barn Fair! This Sunday!

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An inspiring trip to Marfa, TX

Sometimes you just need a little perspective!A group of friends decided to gather in Marfa, Texas for a 40th birthday. We all treked out to West Texas which is really one of the most sparsely  populated regions in the US and it is hard to get to from everywhere.  I had very little expectations from our trip out here, but have gained so much inspiration I feel the need to share. Donald Judd moved to Marfa in the 70's and his collection of artwork has made this town famous.  One man fell in love with the landscape and architecture of this remote and...

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Back from India

Some words of wisdom. I just returned from a month sabbatical in India.  I left my computer, phone, children, husband, business and all other cares behind.  There were moments of doubt leading up to the trip as to whether it was the right thing.  I am very directly involved in being a parent and in running my business (a lot of overlap as Happy Girl is truly my 3rd child).  I wasn't sure if it was too selfish of me to leave both for so long and I was not sure what consequences I would return to.  I am happy...

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Hello 2016! Time to learn something new.

Take some time to reflect and refresh!We have taken a much needed break and it has been very refreshing.  It is amazing how getting out of your own environment and rhythms and visiting new places and old friends can be so inspiring.  First thing on this trip we visited the Green Mountain Spinnery in Putney, Vermont.  It is the last woolen spinnery in Vermont and if you are ever in the neighborhood you should definately stop in and ask for a tour.  Their collection of old equipment is really amazing.  I came out of my knitting slump of 10 years and let...

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