Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

You know how it is when you use something everyday it becomes a part of you. Like soap! But what I failed to realize is that I need to share the source of my favorite soap. Keep in mind that I have very bad skin, I have red patches all over my face and everything breaks me out, and I am very sensitive in the female area! By the way, which my girls and I refer to as our kooter!! Well...when I went to Iowa to meet my sweet freind Sharon of Sweet Repose she hooked me up with some of her homemade glycerin soap. Well friends the rest is history, I will never use any other soap in the world as long as I can get this soap from her! When I try something new if it can pass the FACE and the KOOTER test its a winner! And the scents are wonderful, all kinds but to many for me to remember, ask Sharon!
So if I were you I would go to her blog and check her out, she is saved in my look at this column. SWEET REPOSE you won't be sorry!! Be sure and read some of her poetry, she is a talented writer.


Barn House said...

Thank you so much for the kind words on our blog! Kentucky ain't THAT far away...come on over for a visit!! We have plenty of room for shoppers AND sellers. :o) LOVE the post on "The Kooter"!! Joe calls me Kooter-Brown (Kooder-Brown??)...but I think it has another meaning. ;o)

Thanks again!

Joe and Jermonne
The Boys of Barn House

Unknown said...

I love looking at your pictures of your setups. great blog. i am adding it to my list. mishelle

A Wild Thing said...

It's wonderful to hear that the soaps passed your(uhum) you think I should do up a label for them, oh crazy one???!


Thanks for the kudos and the phone call...

Lauri Evans said...

T ain't right. And 'kooter' is spelled with a "C" where I come from.
BUT I must tell you Lauri was blogging Sharon's soap praises BEFORE YOU. It's nice to know it is safe for all kinds of
ox lulu

sweetpea said...

Well I must say that I never expected to know you "this" well! Hereafter you will always be known to Mr. Pea and I as "Downtown Cooter Brown (as with Lulu where I'm from it's spelled with a c. Heck where I'm from we called it a beaver!) Glad to know you are so "in touch" with your feminine side! Craigy poo must be so proud (heehee)! Love you anyway and when you come to visit be sure and remember your soap!