Yesterday the postie was very kind. He delivered the book AND the magazines I ordered. I have only read a couple of pages of 'Everyday Blessings' so can't comment yet. However looking at it as I walk past makes me feel good. I love the title and the front cover.
I wasn't sure about ordering Taproot. I wondered how relevant it would be to me, here in Australia, but on first glance it seems to be relevant to anyone interested in the simple life. I love the front covers. I love the pictures. I haven't read anything yet except for the publisher's letter and he has certainly drawn me in.
Jason Miller (publisher) writes that within the magazine's pages are "the seeds of a revolution." ".....it is the kind of revolution that's happening in people's homes, backyards and neighborhoods. People are taking stock of what's really important in life. They're reviving the skills of their grandparents like gardening and canning, sewing and knitting. They're meeting neighbors and creating community."
There is no advertising in the magazine either. So far I'm really impressed with it.
Some pages from Taproot magazine.
This last picture wouldn't co-operate. It should be sideways (landscape).
Linking up with Ginny over at Small Things for Yarn Along.