January takes a bad rap! In truth, she brings exciting new adventures and beginnings each time she comes around the calendar. I was reminded of that today as I was the lucky one to join this group of beautiful woman for breakfast at the Inadvertent Cafe in our great little town of Clinton, Minnesota.
Each one of us shared a bit of who we are and what is presently on our radar for hopes and dreams…..how we find contentment in a Minnesota winter….what we are creating….. and plans ahead for each of us.
Trust among old and new friends is something you can feel. And it’s such a good feeling. We quizzed and questioned, shared ideas and resources, encouraged and made plans with one another. Really, we had come together to talk about known common interest and we did get to that after our good food and splendid introductions. Wool/natural fiber soap making, yarns, the beauty in creating, wearing and using natural products. I loved hearing about the animals and how they are cared for in a special way so they can ultimately share their renewable goods. It’s an exciting conversation.
An opportunity to show support for hard-working, talented, people who are producing products to seriously desire. Right here in Big Stone County of rural Minnesota in January, no less!
Kathy Krier is the owner of ‘Calvins Goat Milk Products'(FaceBook page). As luck would have it, she is planning an open house on her farm operation this next Saturday,January 17th. It’s going to be a great chance to see her farm operation and give her beautiful goat’s milk soap and lotion a try!