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August 24, 2009

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drichards01@juno.com

Hi! I found your blog through a friend, and left a message, but I think it was on a very old post that had to do with your paper designs, so will do again!!
I really enjoy your blog, it is so refreshing...How fortunate you are in your life!! I know it's lots and lots of hard work, but living on a farm has always appealed to me, but I live in So. Calif....orange groves, but no farms!!!! No snow either!! Thanks for all you share,
Lynn
alittlebluesky.blogspot.com

Jacque Haines

I found your blog through Melissa Frances. It's the only one I look at that isn't about making cards. I LOVE the beautiful pictures of your beautiful children and all the stories about your farm life.

Becky Hatch

You have no idea who I am...I ran across your blog while looking for valentine ideas and I just love to look at your photographs! You are a fabulous photographer! What camera do you use and do you have any suggestions to those in the market to buy? I am looking to purchase a camera. I too take my camera everywhere with me and would love to learn how to take better photos of my kiddies with a great camera. I am sure most of your photos are just products of pure talent; but I am still curious to see what camera you do have. Sorry to barge in...you are just so talented. Thanks for your time!

Heather

Oh how I wish we lived closer!!! One of my boys want to learn to fiddle! I'll have to try to find a teacher over here... :(

Tia Rickabaugh

I am interested in your violin lessons for my 7 year old. Could you write me back and let me know your rates and where exactly that you live ect. Thank you Tia

"m"

So sad we live too far away!!

Lisa C

Would she consider online lessons?! My daughter is 16 and wants to learn violin very much.

Jeanne Miller

Tell her Lauren's sister and Mom would love to take lessons from her, but we are broke!

Alison Behan

I hope Miss Shelby gets LOTS of customers. I think Ireland is a little, incy, wincy bit too far to travel :-). Though I am rooting for her from here ;-)

ronee

i wish we lived there..my youngest is DYING to play violin! good luck!

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