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It's a Woman's Life is about the beauty of life in cooking visual arts and writing and in crafting simple things at home

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Latest Blog Posts for It's a Woman's Life

  • Follow me to America!
    on Nov 8, 2011
    Hello dear friends. Thank you all for your readership and friendship over the past couple of years! This blog started in a quaint English village and followed our move to the United States last fall. Since then we have been settling in here in Indian...
  • The heart of the American Mid-West in October - Pumpkinland
    on Oct 26, 2010 in Cuisine Home Food Culture
    The change in seasons here is a little like turning off a paved tarmac road onto a gravel farm path - you can really feel the difference, and it's very sudden. Today at school my children spent 25 minutes in a mandated fetal position while the torn...
  • on Oct 26, 2010 in Writing
    Why do writers write? In fact, why does anybody write? Image: bookshelfporn.com I am having an inner struggle with the time it takes me to write anything, and whether that time is truly worthwhile. The irony of this is that I love to read. It is my f...
  • on Oct 26, 2010 in Writing
    Why do writers write? In fact, why does anybody write? Image: bookshelfporn.com I am having an inner struggle with the time it takes me to write anything, and whether that time is truly worthwhile. The irony of this is that I love to read. It is my f...
  • The heart of the American Mid-West in October - Pumpkinland
    on Oct 26, 2010 in Cuisine Home Food Culture
    The change in seasons here is a little like turning off a paved tarmac road onto a gravel farm path - you can really feel the difference, and it's very sudden. Today at school my children spent 25 minutes in a mandated fetal position while the torn...
  • Finally, from America.
    on Sep 15, 2010
    Forgive me for my great tardiness in keeping you all abreast of our move to the New World. It has been five weeks, and yet it feels scarcely a fortnight. And yes, I have been watching a Jane Austen film this evening, in case you thought the...
  • Finally, from America.
    on Sep 15, 2010
    Forgive me for my great tardiness in keeping you all abreast of our move to the New World. It has been five weeks, and yet it feels scarcely a fortnight. And yes, I have been watching a Jane Austen film this evening, in case you thought the...
  • A Haven in the Manor
    on Jul 29, 2010 in Simplicity Photography Dwelling
    Our friends have lent us their Manor House while they are away. What a blessing it has been for us! There is wild, historical beauty at every turn.
  • A Haven in the Manor
    on Jul 29, 2010 in Simplicity Photography Dwelling
    Our friends have lent us their Manor House while they are away. What a blessing it has been for us! There is wild, historical beauty at every turn.
  • Blogging Identity Crisis
    on Jul 27, 2010 in Random
    I'm sure you've noticed my post regularity has dropped significantly in the past couple of weeks. Well, it is partly to do with moving countries, but really that's no excuse. The main reason is that I am having a bit of an identity crisis when it co...
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