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My five year old daughter and I designed a logo for Rise Up and Glow a few days ago with the free help of Logo Garden. I entered our logo into the Logo Garden contest to win a personalized T-shirt with our logo and a spot on the sponsor’s website.
We moved up to the #1 spot as of last night thanks to all of your votes. The best thing about this contest ( I think) besides the great T-shirt and webspot, is that it requires no registration or signing up from the voters. I really like this. So many times I have wanted to vote for my friends to win something and I get turned off by the whole having to register, add your email or sign up for a newsletter…ect. None of that going on.
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A crazy lady, a shovel, and ollas
I’d like all my friends to see this image. Right now I’m just a crazy lady with a shovel … but if I’m right, and if I stick with this … in ten years this is the photo I’ll be pointing to, and saying, that’s where it started.
In ten years, I hope that from the vantage point of this photo (above) to the left and right will extend a windbreak six hundred feet long. And behind where I’m standing, will be a food forest a couple of hundred feet in diameter. We’ll see. It depends on me, and of course, on having enough water.
What the photo is of, is an olla buried in the center of the rudiments of a berm n basin. An olla is a clay pot shaped like a sphere with a short cylinder on top. It’s hollow of course, and you bury it to…
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