Friday, June 26, 2009

Hope to See You Tommorrow...

Saturday, June 27
at Hopewell Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church
located at 3886 Hopewell Rd. Culleoka, TN 37451
from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
for a viewing of the Nourishing Traditional Diets DVD
by Sally Fallon, author of the best-selling cookbook
Nourishing Traditions.
Bring a nutrient-dense dish to share at the potluck lunch along with a drink for yourself.
This will be a life-changing event and well worth your time!

No need to RSVP, just come! There's plenty of seating at the church.


Friday, June 12, 2009

Please Come - Free Weston A. Price Foundation Event

Join me in attending a life-changing, educational day watching the 3-part DVD of Sally Fallon's seminar, "Nourishing Traditional Diets". This is basically Nutrition and Physical Degeneration (Dr. Weston A. Price's landmark book) in a nutshell, along with proper food prep methods as discussed in Fallon's Nourishing Traditions Cookbook. More information about this 5.5 hour long DVD may be found at this site.

Date: Saturday, June 27
Location: Farm of Mrs. Nancy Webster (15 minutes west of Lynnville, TN) or, if the crowd is too large, at a church in the southern Columbia, TN area. I'll post the location when I find out for sure.
Cost: FREE
Bring: a nutrient-dense, unprocessed dish for a potluck lunch & your own chair.

Note: Due to the length of the event and the limited space, only nursing babes-in-arms are welcomed.

RSVP (ASAP!) to Nancy Webster, Chapter Leader for the Southern Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation at


Monday, June 08, 2009

First creek trip of the season

It's just now getting hot enough to go swimming in the creek again. Even when it's warm outside, Beaverdam Creek can be icy cold. One afternoon, after working hard in the garden, we went swimming for a little while with some friends. The swimming hole is completely different than it was last year. Some places that were deep are now shallow; and some places that were shallow are now deep. You can't jump off the rope swing anymore because you'd hit the bottom! It's the strangest thing. I guess the flood is responsible.

The pictures are worth more than the words, so here they are.

-Tricia Ann

They look like they're up to something.


Me and my little buddy, who's not so little anymore

Monday, June 01, 2009