I am loving this new blog Sara. I also like the new directions, while still authentically you, it is exciting to see your processes up close and personal. I am a huge fan of your work.
I am a huge mushroom fan. Last weekend I was in Quebec visiting my sister's cottage and it rained all day, actually it had rained everyday in June. I had never seen so many different species of mushroom in a very small area. It was magical but no fairy rings.
Oh, Sara...this made me laugh outloud...it is perfect! The mushrooms are sprouting out everywhere here because we are having such a rainy summer. I **love** the mushroom.JoeiRhode Island
Hi SaraI was lucky enough to find your Blog today just following links from other blogs. I am intrigued and will watch this closelyxx Chris
Oh my goodness! You had better set up a fan in there to eliminate the dampness. But no, that will spread the spores around and you shall have mushrooms sprouting up everywhere! Thanks for the laugh.Jan
Sara! I love this idea of using what you have. I think of it as a 'Slow Art' movement... wonderful fungus, wish the dampness would do the same in my home! You have magic in your country of choice!!!
You made my face crack from such a big smile. I love your wit.Jill in Florida
...and I loved all your comments. I was afraid you wouldn't understand the joke. my husband thought I was going to leave the mushroom on the throw! well...actually...
this is hilarious. you have such wonderful humour :D
Oh Sara, You have such a sense of humour, that is so funny. How did I miss this other blog of yours up till now? It's wonderful. I love recycling, I love the eclectic style it conjures up. It's wonderful. I want to see more of this now, I must keep an eye on what you will do next. Wonderful. Tricia
mmmhhh...I LOVE mushrooms.What about this as a throw for the meditation-hours: You sit there in silence for a long time...and the mushrooms start growing.....and everybody in the group around you would roll away with laughter ;))
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