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May 9, 2013 When, What, Why, How
November 8, 2012 Leftover Granola Muffins
November 6, 2012 Continuing Education
November 1, 2012 Forgiveness
October 28, 2012 Solo Parenting
October 23, 2012 Do It Ourselves Education: Permaculture Study Group
October 20, 2012 Why, Hello There
September 12, 2012 Allow Me to (Re)Introduce Myself
September 6, 2012 Salmon Burgers, Ceviche and Other Delights
August 29, 2012 Where to Next
August 2, 2012 Uncharted Territory
July 30, 2012 Order From Chaos
July 29, 2012 Renegade Sister
July 24, 2012 Not Lost, Just Fell Behind the Couch
July 9, 2012 More Link Love
July 6, 2012 Nudists Unite
June 20, 2012 Becoming Handy
June 18, 2012 Untitled
June 13, 2012 Weather Report
June 11, 2012 Maine Cooking
Grow! Cook! Create! Survive!
The new DIY housewifery includes digging dirt, tending vegetables, dumpster diving, punk sewing projects, household fix-its, salvage construction, cooking something delicious and nutritious almost every night and raising up little ruffians who frequently overtake the entire caper.
This blog is a diary of sorts, by one woman trying to do it all, and regularly settling for good enough. The illustrious Calamity Jane can be reached at scarletfevir (at) yahoo (dot) com, she adores personal introductions from readers.
For a more thorough explanation of Calamity's version of the revolution, read
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To hell with the New York Times, I’m still blushing from this review from a real, live mama!
"I was thinking you should write a book... you write so eloquently and with such passion. You’re thought-provoking, insightful, open, sincere and generous. Like a dear friend who inspires and comforts all at once. You challenge and confront. But then I thought… you have written … and it’s free for all who need it. How truly generous of you.
I still find it a strange experience to write to someone whom I do not know, but reading your posts is like a bit of soul food each day. You make the things I aspire to seem so very sensible.
With many, many thanks,
K. from Australia"