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  • Reply to: Real Organics   15 hours 51 min ago

    Sunday AM often has us having Sunday pancake breakfast to your program of the week. So you are forever associated with pancakes and that is good.

  • Reply to: Ann Arbor's Banjo-toting Shoemaker   17 hours 13 min ago

    Your programs have been a godsend this year, and most have been broadcast at least once on WUML. To be able to present material that is positive and optimistic, among the many horrors that have passed as news this year, is a great comfort. 

    I'm particularly grateful to you for sharing the Paul Tinkerhess interview and the three songs, especialy the Quaker Waltz. Our Meeting needs a history song like that, though I'm not sure I'm the right one to write it. Our daughter, Iona, lives in Ann Arbor, working as a fiber artist and also for the University. She has not found a spiritual home in Ann Arbor Meeting, though she grew up as an active participant in New England Yearly Meeting and went to Earlham, but we were impressed with the supportive qualities of Ann Arbor Meeting when we have visited.

  • Reply to: Real Organics   5 days 13 hours ago

    This was a very informative and educational interview, and I thank both interviewer and guest for such a worthwhile effort! I intend to share this site with several contacts, starting with this particular broadcast!
    Disclosure... I am a former NOSB member, 2001-2006, appointed to fill seat for health educator/public advocate, and have served on Cornucopia Board since 2007.

  • Reply to: Jesus Made Me a Communist   1 week 4 hours ago

    I still get a kick out of being called "the happiest communist" Mark had ever spoken with. Y'all, it's all about LOVE. #CommiePreacher

  • Reply to: Angelic Desperado   1 week 5 days ago

    Great interview Jennifer. Thanks for all you're doing, and thanks for sharing your story and experience. :-) You're an inspiring soul.