Flashback Monday! I ran across something from a few years ago and thought you might enjoy reading it again. I know I did. It’s such a magical story about synchronicity …
This just in from Carol Hill, my BFF, lead graphic designer, MaryJanesFarm magazine editor, fashionista, ukelele player, Northwest Best Laugh Contest winner …
Take it away, Carol!!!!
In our Aug/Sept 2010 issue, “Lay of the Land,” we published a story from Aimee Steiner, a MaryJanesFarm reader living—of all places—on a tiny, remote Pacific island named Rota. At the time, we were astounded that our magazine had reached such faraway places. But the story had just begun.
Not only did that article result in our readers sending over 10,000 books to rebuild Rota’s library that was lost in a typhoon (read that incredible story in our Dec/Jan 2012 issue, “Come All Ye”), but it also sparked another reader to call with this fascinating story …
Already feeling fall on the horizon?
Photo by Unsplash via Pixabay
Here’s a simple, woodsy craft to get your autumn juices bubbling: Acorn Bead Pendants.
You may remember the unicorns that were spotted in a Scottish woodland last year.
Somehow, that made a little more sense than seeing a unicorn cavorting around Madera Ranchos, California.
But … it happened.
What’s more, the unicorn in question doesn’t really fit the model of the mythical majesty we generally associate with this cryptozoological creature …
Unicorn by Maerten de Vos (1532–1603) via Wikimedia Commons
Last week, I saw on my “This Day in History” alert that on that particular day, the U.S. Postal Service was established in 1775. (Have you discovered the “This Day in History” feature from History.com? If not, subscribe for a daily e-mail that tells you dozens of things that happened each day throughout history. Fascinating!)
That got me to thinking … what happened to our mail before 1775?