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Donna I.
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  • Burlington, Nova Scotia
  • Canada
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Donna I. replied to Cornelia's discussion 'HOMEGROWN Holiday gifts - Are you making any of your gifts?'
"Well, it looks like I might be giving some Spiced Apple Cider Vodka! I just have to try that! I have crocheted a few items and will be giving some homemade jams and baking. Every year I make a scrapbook for my Mom that uses photos from the whole…"
Nov 29, 2010
Donna I. joined Donnie's group

Homegrown Canadians

A group for the Canadians who join Homegrown. Our growing season and wild foraging can be a little different than some of our american and global counterparts! Let's talk about it.See More
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Nov 29, 2010

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
100% Homegrown
A bit about me:
All I ever wanted was to live on "Little House on the Prairie". I was a town kid that should have been born on a farm. I am a true horse lover and I am just finishing 21 years in the Military. My husband and 5 daughters have recently moved to our "forever home" in Nova Scotia.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
I made the best spaghetti sauce EVER this year, all the tomatoes from my own garden, and all fresh ingredients. The best part was that it was completely homegrown.
Currently reading:
Backyard Poultry
Currently listening to:
whatever is on the radio - Country when I am driving, Pop/rock when my Husband is driving!
My latest DIY project:
Crochet hats and afghans, and lots of fix-ups to our 150 yr old house.
How did you find HOMEGROWN.org?
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