Saturday, January 3, 2009

Here is the wikipedia definition of living off grid...

7 comments:

Kim said...

I must confess, I had to look up "off grid" a long time ago when I first came across your blog. I honestly didn't know what it meant. Nice pictures!

Jenna said...

Hey Angie!
I just gave you a blog award! Head over to my blog to copy and paste the picture, and then follow the rules that I did:)

Blessings,
Jenna

Kurt Fritz said...

Angie,
Its wonderful to read your Blog. My wife and I live in Leola, PA. Yes it is the heart of the original Amish settlement. The Amish are a wonderful group of people. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I grew up farming and have always had a great respect for them. Good Luck!

jen said...

Hi Angie,

I don't know if you remember me, but I'm a friend of your cousin Wendy. I think it's great what you and your family are doing. Who knows what this country is coming to and to be completely self sufficient must be a great feeling!!! We would love to leave the rat race as well and have been taking steps in that direction. Now, if only our house would sell!!

Many blessings on your journey!!

Jenny

Homemaker Ang said...

Hi Jenny! of course i remember you! i think we are kindred spirits with what wendy tells me :) flea markets and antiques and all!

You are smart for waiting to sell your other place. we are believing for a miracle right now as we have 2 houses....

God bless!

angie

jen said...

Angie,

No, I don't have a clothing business. I was actually quoting Laura from Stylishnonsense.blogspot.com. She owns a clothing business and makes the most BEAUTIFUL childrens clothing! I felt compelled to paste her words on my blog as this law could affect so many!

Jenny

Kim said...

I think someone is suppose to get her new stove tomorrow!!

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