WINNER! Giveaway: Glamping Aprons

Thanks to all those who entered the Glamping Aprons Giveaway for a chance to win one of CJ’s amazing aprons!

Karina reaches into the pockets of each of the prize aprons to pick out our winners …

The first is … Julie Kram!


Julie Kram said:

My dream glamper would have an awning made out of your fabulous glamping fabric under which I could cook while wearing one of the awesome aprons. The outside of the camper would be painted white with a red stripe around the middle. It would be a vintage bread-box style. The inside of the glamper would be clean-up friendly, as I love to camp in the woods away from it all. I would have farm prints on the cushions and curtains and favorite handmade doo-dads on the walls. I’m dreaming!

And the second is …

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Yay for glamping aprons!! Congratulations Julie and Karlyne!

  2. CJ Armstrong says:

    Congratulations Julie and Karlyne! I truly hope you enjoy your little GLAMPER GIRL aprons from my Farm Fresh Aprons “store”.
    I include the “History of Aprons” in the pockets of all my aprons and I cannot tell you how many of my customers have told me how much they appreciate and enjoy that.
    Happy Glamping!
    Thank you again Mary Jane!

  3. Karlyne says:

    Hooray! I’ll be watching the mail box for my new apron, which will be displayed front and center in my kitchen. And I forgot to mention that I have a pretty nice apron collection already -which I started when I realized that I may be the messiest cook in the world- so this is going to make a gorgeous addition to my stash!

  4. Terry Steinmetz says:

    Congrats to both of the ladies! And have a great time glamping!

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Air Plants

A couple of times when I’ve been knee-deep in a cookbook project, I’ve joked that maybe it would just be easier if we were all breatharians, capable of surviving on air alone. Well, I’ve found just that … in a plant. A plant that doesn’t need soil to grow, just air, and a quick dip in water every two weeks.  Meet T. stricta ‘Hardleaf’ and T. aeranthos—only two of many varieties available, brought to market by three guys in Torrance, California.


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  1. Elizabeth says:

    They are pretty looking bloomers you chose MaryJane, Please let us know how they do in your radiator. Do you receive a lot of natural sunlight in the area where you will hang these plants?

  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Florida has lots of various air plants that live here all year round. Where I live, they are mostly found in Oak trees and do not have those beautiful colors like the ones you show here. I wish we had some of those around. I had to laugh when you said you wished sometimes we humans could just exist on air!! My mom used to say the same sort of thing when she was embroiled in a project and realized it was time to stop and fix dinner!!

  3. Karlyne says:

    Heavens! I always thought air plants were a joke, something along the lines of Chia pets; how beautiful they are, though!

  4. Debra Swan says:

    Where can you get one? Maybe something I can not kill..I don’t seem to have a green thumb.
    Would really love to try one of these plants.

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Giveaway: Glamping Aprons

CJ Armstrong, our Farmgirl of the Year 2010, is stitching and selling glamper-ific aprons using my newly launched Glamping fabric collection. You can bet I’ll be wearing one when I’m glamping this summer in my ’68 Airstream, Lily. With this giveaway, you can get your glamp on, too! Picture yourself in one of these. Now, picture your perfect trailer or glammed-up tent.



CJ sells these lovelies on her blog, Fresh Farm Aprons. You can also catch up with her on her business page on Facebook.

Here are some closeups of my “girls” that you see on the fabric above. Yes, they each come with their own personalities and names.

Sunny Brook—high maintenance hits the road


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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    These new glamping fabrics are the cutest ever! Having grown up in the 1950s, they just bring back a wave of nostalgia to me. Since I have neither glamper nor tent, here are my solutions. 1. Stay at MJF Wall Tent B&B for a weekend and wear my cowboy boots, aprons and my cotton knitted hats that I have had fun creating. OR, 2. Stay with my very special friend in her Wall Tent in north Idaho and wear said clothing AND visit the MJF store at Coeur d’Alene! Do you think people would laugh at me as I stand in line to board the plane Spokane bound with my apron on over a denim skirt and my knitted cloche hat? Hahahaha!!!

  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Ohh, I forgot to ask, does MJF offer coffee mugs that say glamping like is shown in the fabric swatch? Collecting fun coffee mugs is one of my little indulgences.

  3. Julie Kram says:

    My dream glamper would have an awning made out of your fabulous glamping fabric under which I could cook while wearing one of the awesome aprons. The outside of the camper would be painted white with a red stripe around the middle. It would be a vintage bread box style. The inside of the glamper would be clean-up friendly, as I love to camp in the woods away from it all. I would have farm prints on the cushions and curtains and favorite hand-made doo-dads on the walls. I’m dreaming!

  4. CJ Armstrong says:

    Thank you Mary Jane! Of course, I am NOT entering the drawing . . just wanted to thank you for liking the aprons I make with your fabric. I’m having a ball!!
    Wishing the best to the winner(s) . . . and really hoping they LOVE their Glamper Girl apron!
    Thanks again!

  5. Anne says:

    I’m the only “girl” on our camping trips–me with my husband and three sons and boy dog. I’m surrounded by people who want to stay grungy all weekend, and we camp in a tent.
    My dream camper would be vintage, with lots of soft cushions and pillows, curtains, and a tablecloth…Twinkle lights and candles…fully stocked picnic basket…a vase full of flowers…cold fresh lemonade…

  6. Laurie Dimino says:

    I am currently a tent glamper, and LOVE IT! Each year I have a “permanent” tent that I set up in my backyard from May-October. It is my girly girl retreat- all glamped up with pretty vintage linens, and afghans etc. I also have a smaller tent that I take away on my glamping adventures- most recently I joined CJ and Robin glampin in Arizona. I can personally attest to the “awesome-ness” of CJ’s glamping aprons!
    I sure would love to add one of these beauties to my apron collection!
    As much as I would like to someday own a little vintage trailer, I currently dont have anything to tow it with, so I am perfectly content with my glammed up tent, which I can take ANYWHERE I go.
    I would also love to have a true wall tent in my backyard one day, just like you have at our B&B.
    Thank you for the chance to win one of these gorgeous glampin’ aprons!

    • Karlyne says:

      Tent glamping! Where have I been that I hadn’t seen or thought of this? I may have to go dig out that ol’ tent that’s been languishing in the garage for a couple of years and see what I can do to glam it up for me and the kidlets!

  7. Debbie Fischer says:

    Okay, I am in need of a new CJ Apron as it has been awhile since I have had one. I have worn out the first one I bought from her, seriously. It is the perfect chicken fabric, I act like it is the only apron I own. So, I am due for a new one.
    Thanks Mary Jane for such a great give away.

  8. Gayle Clemens says:

    Hi Mary Jane

    I’ve been following you and your adventures since a long ago article in a country living magazine. Love what you have done!
    So my dream glamping would be a Canned Ham tin house, done up in a truly eclectic style…all the things I love (well soe stay home)! I would use your glamping Collection as the base making a quilt out of it from Moda (free download) gotta love that! the strongest colors inside my little can of happiness would be Envy Green, Dk Chocolate, and of course because I LOVE barns the older the better Old Barn Red. The dining seats would be done up in denim, red ginham cutains with old lace behind to let the sun shine in with being private. I’d paint my appliances in Envy Green. On the walls would be framed prints of cowgirls and horses and roses. I would hang a hippie style beaded curtain in the doorway, the couch in the back would be covered in a chenile bedspread and cozied up with my quilt and BUNCHES of fun pillows and even a stuffed animal. Yup I love Glamping!

  9. It would be in a vintage trailer(with a toilet).I would have some of my grandparents dishes and pots and pans. also items from the Cobweb antiques store.I want my Mom to sew me the curtains and linens from mjf cloth!.I’d have to crochet items for it also. kind of woodsy native American antiqueish style.with some glitter and glitz.

  10. jeanette says:

    Would love to have a vintage silver trailor all trimmed in pink (with polka dots) curtains, pillows and table covering!

  11. Janet Doran says:

    I would love to decorate with the new glamping fabric. We are looking for a used motorhome to purchase this summer, we will be retiring in December and plan on living in the motorhome, travelling all the states. I am hoping to glamp it up with some of the new glamping fabrics. Once we get the motorhome, we will know what fabrics and colors we want in it. CJ makes the best aprons on the market. I truely would love to own one to go with the motorhome.

  12. Penny Precopia says:

    A vintage trailer that looks like something out of fairyland….pixie dust….crystal chandelier…..wind chime….sparkles….and a new apron by CJ to complete the look!

  13. Teri says:

    Thank you Mary Jane for hosting such a wonderful giveaway! I would love to win one of CeeJay’s aprons. Just love all your new fabrics, so retro!
    If I was to have my dream trailer it would be all whites and cream colors with lots of farmhouse goodies … enamel ware, white ironstone … awwwww if only!
    Thanks again for the chance.

  14. Heather Sandoval says:

    Wow, do you ever have my creative juices flowing. I have 2 ideas for my dream “glamper”. They would both be the small canned ham styles. The first would be done in a beach theme with turquoise and sherbet colors and a sea shell curtain covering the doorway. Perhaps a sisal mat to lay down on the floor. Lots of sea shells and vintage bathing beauties.

    The second would be totally woodsy. I would keep the walls the natural wood color and add lots of plaid in colors of reds blues and greens. I would have natural fibers for the curtains, perhaps even burlap with plaid trim around it. Blue enamelware items, and pictures and doo-dads of bears, raccoons, and the like. Very woodsy yet comfy. Big fluffy mattress with flannel sheets and poofy quilts.

    Thanks for the creative nudge today!

  15. Marly says:

    My glam trailer would have cowgirls boots painted all over it!!!! And I’d have a special toilet made to look like a cowgirls boot!!!! And I would wear my cowgirl boot apron made by CJ!!!!

  16. Gail Boo says:

    Oh Ladies, I can only dream at the moment about the perfect little 14 foot Shasta spifted out with gingham and lace. The apron I’d wear to create the most magnificent bake over (directly from Glamping with Mary Jane) would of course have to be made by CJ from the new Glamping fabrics. To dream….

  17. usairdoll says:

    What darling aprons! Love the new fabric! So much fun! I’d love to have a trailer, pretty curtains, lots of pillows. I’d have matching placemats, cute napkins and tablecloth. I’d also have some quilts that we all could wrap ourselves up in as we sat by the fire.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.


  18. carol brisco says:

    the aprons are fab!!!!

  19. April says:

    Oh to dream of my little glamping tinned can goodness! Reds and robin’s egg blues with polka dots and stripes, cherries and gingham, red and white enamelware and loads of fun pillows. Not too frilly, but definitely not boring! Practical, yet fun.

    Some day, I may get to take this dream and do this! Until then…glamp on in whatever you’ve got! Just get out there! 🙂

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WINNER: Shabby Apple Clothing Giveaway

Thanks to all those who entered the Shabby Apple clothing giveaway for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to put some … polka dot panache into your life!

Louise reaches into the pile of names and picks out …


Robin Armstrong Miller! Congratulations!

Robin Armstrong Miller said:

“I love Shabby Apple! I am pretty partial to reds and blacks but I like the Mint Green. Something to get my pretty on for teaching!”

Robin, keep your eyes on your inbox for an email from the farm.


And the original post dated March 23 was:

Are you pining for pinafores, perpetuated by plaid, and placated by peplums?

If polka dots predicate a pleasurably palpable prognosis, you’re not alone.

May I prescribe Shabby Apple vintage clothing—a return to what dresses were always meant to be.


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  1. Gail Dooley says:

    Love love love these clothes on the Shabby Apple. Makes me feel real again to see true fashion back in swing. Hope to win this nice prize. Already liked on Facebook and signed up for email.

  2. Barbara says:

    Lace and a few ruffles.

  3. Stephanie says:

    There’s a lot to love at Shabby Apple!

  4. Marie Clarke says:

    I like classy southern, sleek comfortable cotton that flows in the perfect sea breeze

  5. Addie Schille says:

    I think those clothes are beautiful. I’m a skirt person. I love the full skirts with bows, especially in the summer.

  6. Jennifer Galbraith says:

    I love the peach dress on the bottom! So happy to see these styles coming back!!

  7. theresa says:

    The dress “Overboard” screams summer to me! Summer is what I m craving right now….

  8. Sarah Stewart says:

    My favorite dress in particular is the navy blue “Bon Voyage”. I enjoy sewing quite a lot, and I’m a sucker for high quality fabric, and those little details you don’t see anymore in ready to wear clothing- a hem that’s actually turned under twice, darts, and shaping that flatters and fits a grown up female body. When it comes to colors, and patterns I’m all over the map. I love simple clothing with beautiful lines.

  9. Debbie Christin says:

    Love the apparel……especially liking the Venice Beach dress!

  10. Toni Whitney says:

    Love the Sea Breeze, being an Ocean Farm Girl.

  11. Patty Byrd says:

    Oh my… I especially love the ‘Set Sail, South Pacific, All Aboard, and the Side Saddle” collections! What wonderful styles! I will for sure share this with all my friends!

  12. Tammy Bradshaw says:

    Love Shabby Apple !! But what do I love the best ? Oh the lace – no the cotten or maybe the chiffon. Can’t decided !!

  13. Michele H says:

    I love the swimwear and the clean classic lines of the dresses. Thank you for sharing this website/store!

  14. Jennifer Hansen says:

    Currently loving nautical/sailor type dresses that have a retro feel.

  15. Krystle says:

    I checked out their dresses and they are all beautiful! My absolute faves were the Bon Voyage or Overboard. I do like lace dresses for dressing up for a nice summer dinner date though!

  16. Minh Laidacker says:

    Ee! These clothes are so cute! I love cotton dresses and skirts with ding-dong bell swinging motion and trim waists. (Or at least those that can give the illusion of a trim waist! *wink*)

  17. drMolly says:

    An interesting site! Lovely dresses – I especially like the Zoology Collection. However, somewhat beyond my means I have to admit – I guess I’ll just have to stick to DIY.

  18. missMolly M. says:

    I love the Ferris Wheel collection! I really like the root beer float dress and the high waist skirts, especially the ones with polka-dots!

  19. Grace says:

    I love lace and small ruffles! Glad to see these clothes available again!

  20. SAcha A. says:

    I am a HUGE fan of Shabby Apple!! It is too hard to choose just one favorite. I love the green Animalia dress or the Headliner dress or Azure Coast or Neap Tide or Walk the Plank or I’m Late! I’m Late!. So many beautiful styles!!!

  21. Cheryl Fiske says:

    I love the free-spirit, yet ultra feminine look of Shabby Apple clothing. The look is comfortable and pleasing.

  22. Krista R. says:

    So many to choose from. It’s hard to pick. I really like the “Vineyard Sound” dress, but they’re all quite fun and pretty. 🙂

  23. Aimee says:

    I adore polka dot dresses with full skirts (made for twirling)!!

  24. Grace Mitton says:

    I really love the Callooh! Callay! dress. It’s so adorable! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  25. i’m feeling the polka dots! super cute!

  26. Brandy Ward says:

    I have a pic of my Grandmother in a black & white polka dot dress that has always been my favorite. I’ve thought many times about trying to “re create” it in my size:) The tan & white polka dot one Julia Roberts wore in Pretty Woman wasn’t bad either:)

  27. julie says:

    My favorite style is eclectic sexy

  28. Julia says:

    The designs are all so beautiful that I can’t decide! I especially love the dresses!

  29. cheryl says:

    I loved the scalloped hem line and pink is my favorite color.

  30. jaylyn morehouse says:

    I’m really liking the lacey Mulholland dress on their website! I’d be super thrilled if my name is picked out of the fedora! wooooohooo!

  31. Tamara Bainter says:

    Anything…ANYthing!…polkadot. And on a side note I am so happy that dresses are so popular again!

  32. Jennifer G. says:

    Love how they parlay older vintage styles into today’s high fashion!

  33. Judy Savoy says:

    I have been wandering all over this great website for an hour. I have to say, the SHABBY clothing here is APPLE-ing. I love the farris wheel looks, but was still wandering though when the website went offline 🙁

  34. Chana says:

    I especially love the calliope skirt! And I am sold on polka dots and anything magenta.

  35. Raelene says:

    OMG! How’s a girl to decide! Thank you MaryJane for sharing the site! I’ve never heard of them, and bookmarking it now. The accessories, crafts, and clothes…oh my! Anything long and casual…

  36. Sharon Bryce says:

    I am really likin’ the Neap Tide dress. The color remings me of Atlantic Beach sea foam when I was a carefree kid of the 60’s … Chewing on my saltwater taffy, taking a ride on The Diving Bell, smelling the fresh roasted peanuts from the nut shop that had a huge Mr. Peanut statue outside their door… Yep, I could feel like I turned the clock back wearing that sweet dress:)

  37. Britt Kidder says:

    I’m liking the Zoology collection for its color palette.

  38. Julie says:

    I like the francine skirt thansk

  39. Thayes Hower says:

    Hands down, the shirtwaist dresses. I love them in all kinds of fabrics, but I think Polka Dots are lots of fun. And….you must have a hat! The wider the brim the better.

  40. domestic diva says:

    I like the aphrodite dress. Feminine, simple, and perfect for my growing belly.

  41. Diane says:

    I adore this site– a friend told me about it a while back. Oh gosh is it ever hard to pick just ONE, but if I must, it’s “Cider”…all their stuff is so elegant and just… classy!
    The funny thing for me is this has always been my “style” and I spent so many painful years being teased for it that I almost feel like I’m getting the last laugh here 🙂

  42. Rachael says:

    Love the Caliope skirt, Highclere Castle line, Aloha, Freshwater Pearl, and on and on! Such gorgeous and modest dresses! Thanks for the AWESOME giveaway.

  43. Joy Luciano says:

    I have to go with the Gondola Dress in preparation for my Italian honeymoon! It’s so effortlessly elegant and simple all at the same time. Wish I had it for our trip!

  44. I love the whole Highclere Castle line but if I have to choose one thing, I love the High Tea skirt. White with black polka dots perfection! Polka dots I love. : D

  45. Elena Vo says:

    The Bon Voyage dress captured my heart 🙂 It’s flirty yet modest, comfortable yet stylish. It would look so well with my yellow kitten heels and red lipstick.

  46. Ashley Tracy says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE chic Southern style. Anything with pearls and lace make me feel feminine and strong. Shabby Apple is just glorious with their high quality and retro style. Please enter my name to win!!

  47. Dolly Sarrio says:

    I thought I liked the Golden Afternoon but after visiting the website I like Tow The Line. They are actually all very pretty. Please put my name in the entry. I love pretty dresses.Thanks MaryJane and Shabby Apple.

  48. Whimsy and elegance inspires me. Clothing, such as the Shabby Apple, that is chic and feminine makes me feel like I’m in Paris collecting treasures from old vintage shops- even though I’m only invisioning it from my kitchen sink.

  49. katherine lewis says:

    love the ms. porter but there were many many wonderful dresses to pick from; i loved how a lot of them had sleeves; you just can’t find that in most stores nowadays and have to wear cardigans if you don’t want to show your arms.

  50. Robin Armstrong Miller says:

    I love Shabby Apple! I am pretty partial to reds and blacks but I like the Mint Green! Something to get my pretty on for teaching!

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WINNER! Green PolkaDot Box Giveaway

Thanks to all who entered for a chance to win a $50 membership to the GreenPolkaDotBox!

Ashley, my DIL, and Food Stylist, reaches into the Green PolkaDot Box …

giveaway-polkadot_box-19685And the winner is …



Amanda said:

I would love to get some pistachio butter for my husband to try, that way he has something healthy to snack on. I’d also like to try their organic broths, so when I make dinner I can feel better about the health of my family.

Congratulations! Look for an email from the farm, coming soon.


And here’s the original post dated March 20, 2013:

If hearts could sing!! Healthy food? Low. low prices? Yes, please!

If you’re like many people out there who don’t have a local co-op or Whole Foods store, or you’re in the middle of January and the farmers’ market is months away, don’t panic.

The Green PolkaDot Box sells natural, organic, non-GMO options delivered right to your front door. Better yet? They’ll even ship produce from organic farms. If you’re wanting GOOD food ONLY in your kitchen, this is the place to purchase your goods. Think of them as the of the food world. Every item is sold at wholesale prices you can actually afford.


We recently partnered with the Green PolkaDot Box in MaryJanesFarm to promote how easy, awesome, healthy, and tasty their organic, non-GMO food is. I was pretty excited to “challenge the box.”

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I would love to try the Grab laundry pods. They are an amazing price and I would have the assurance of a quality product. IT was surprising how competitive their prices are and you can’t beat the convenience of right to your door!!!

  2. Laurie Dimino says:

    Wow- Just hopped over to ther website, and they have ALOT to offer! Prices seem more than fair too!
    Would love to get some heatlhy snacks for my kids- the Beanitos chips look interesting!
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Grace says:

    Interesting concept! Valuable asset to those of us off the beaten path, in areas not embracing organic foods. I would love to try the par baked raisin walnut bread!

  4. Hannah West says:

    Oooooh! I think I’m in love! My husband is military and we’re currently living in upstate NY; it’s “spring” yet we have several inches of fresh snow on the ground! Haha.

    We are getting in to healthier eating and I’ve heard many, many great things about wheatgrass; although I’ve also heard it tastes like alfafa. Still, I think I would have to give their Wheatgrass growing kit a try.

  5. Katherine Musgrave says:

    I would LOVE to try the wheatgrass growing kit. 🙂

  6. Maggie Gregg says:

    Wow! What an amazing site! I have recently moved from a town where I had organic options available, to a town where the grocery store carries none! I have to drive 45 min to have access to the foods I am used to eating, and can tell a difference in my health! I started with all organic and natural after being hospitalized with stomach problems, and it took care of it quickly! My number one choice to begin with would be the composting products, its something I have been dying to try, but didn’t have the tools or know how to start! Thanks for the recommendation, and for the amazing giveaway!

  7. Michelle Seliga says:

    the green polka dot box was cool!! I did order 1 wrong item! I ordered baby oatmeal instead of regular!! But, my 1st cousin and wife had a baby 31/2 weeks ago so it all works out!!! : )

  8. jaylyn morehouse says:

    I’d really like to try the Green Tea and Lemon Kombucha. I’ve sort of been into all things kombucha lately and I saw they have a few to choose from. I’m amazed at the variety of items you can purchase from them. I’ve never grocery shopped online, but I may have to start! We have a co-op (The Merc) here in town and a Natural Grocers store here, but The green polka dot box may even have lower prices then either of them.

  9. Connie Cowan says:

    Love the site! I am getting off the ‘obsessive hair care’ merry go round, letting my hair grow again the way I like it, loving my grey and want my long hair back. I am anxious to try the Grffin Remedy hair care line, the ingredients sound lovely. Just another thing to love about MJF – links to great companies like this, hope I win!!

  10. Beth Keehne says:

    What an amazing asst. of products ! Most of these are not widely available in my area, I have read so much about the benefits of coconut oil and hemp oil. Those are two things I would love to try! Thanks so much for this link to better health!

  11. Kim says:

    Oh my gosh! There is so much I would like to try out. I found the under the weather care package very cool. I would send that to family and friends. I would like to try the veggies too.

  12. Tammie says:

    I would love to try the compostable garbage bags. I use cloth grocery bags so this will be the next step for me. I don’t like using plastic bags at all

  13. AngieW says:

    I would really like to try their mac and cheese. Can’t resist.

  14. Lisa London says:

    Now that I have to be gluten free, I’d love to try all of their different flours!

  15. Lane England says:

    I would love to try the compostible bags. I’m starting a compost pile this year for the garden.

  16. domestic diva says:

    I’d like to try the compostable garbage bags. The wheatgrass growing kit also looks great.

  17. Kathy says:

    I believe I would try the Gorilla Munch Cereal, so that the next time my grandkiddles come over I will have some healthy cereal for them to eat!

  18. Tia says:

    I would like to try some of their “specialty” nut butters! Like Cocoa Bliss, Cashew, Pumpkin Seed….sounds yummmm!

  19. Amanda says:

    I would love to get some pistachio butter for my husband to try, that way he has something healthy to snack on. Id also like to try their organic broths, so when i make dinner i can feel better about the health of my family

  20. Jen in TX says:

    Great idea! I’d love to try those compostable kitchen trash bags.

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Looks like the Easter Bunny is having a delicious breakfast of new greens out Idaho way!

  2. Ok ladies…since reading Mary Jane’s Glamping book in December I have been sooooo excited about this whole sisterhood glampitous!! California born and raised in the Sierras, Im abit by the bug surfing for a vintage trailor to redue and making lanterns out of mason jars.
    I was a glamper before I knew I was spending summers working in Yosemite organizing happy hour and committed to having my table cloth and camp dishes match. A leather/lace….guns/roses kinda girl through and through!
    Mary Jane thanks for getting this ball a rollin…Im excited to get more involved!

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