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This will be the last Annabella Blog post for awhile…

Ensconced at another undisclosed location – actually my parent’s home in Gig Harbor – I survived the Bellingham to Seattle flight no worse for wear, well, just a little air-sick. Anne-Marie picked me up at 10 and took me to … Continue reading

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The End of the Intensive

Again from my second floor room, the leaves of the alder trees are moving in the wind. We kicked off today with a class in the basics of Cold Process soapmaking.  That started at nine, then we broke for a … Continue reading

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Weekend intensive, end of Day One

What a day.  After a morning of being treated to what continues to be “to the ends of the earth” hospitality, we kicked off the day with getting a foundation in Melt and Pour (and a lot more) from one … Continue reading

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Conference Day Two

So – I got up late today and missed the breakfast!  I didn’t make it downstairs until 8:40.  I did grab a blueberry muffin off the front desk and there was lots of that great coffee. It was another jam … Continue reading

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