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RE: now Blessed Bee was-Sand Springs Herb Festival

Thanks Donna....I'm pretty excited about it.

Donna <justme@prairieinet.net> wrote:
Good Luck to you Jesse.... I am sure it will work out wonderful:) Might
not replace the salary, but will definitely make you feel much better
about yourself and your inner glow.


> OOOOOOOh, OOOOOHHHHHH, I'm going to the Sand Springs Herb Festival. It
> is so GREAT. Are you going? If so, I'll have to find you and say
> I'm going to buy some starts for my herb garden. I did go ahead and
> my license to sell this year. I called my business "Blessed Bee" and
> logo is a bee skep with bees around it. I'm starting SMALL and will
> grow. This year I'll sell herbs, gourds, luffas, cut flowers and some
> veggies. My husband felt like "WE" couldn't make a living doing the
> flower farm. Well, it won't replace HIS salary, but I could easily
> replace mine....so I'm just going to hold my nose and jump in. Why

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