Wednesday, June 15, 2011

"Barn Chicks Who Blog" Interview

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Hi everyone, just to let you all now that my interview with Patrice over at Everyday Ruralty is up and you can read all about it here


As usual Patrice did a great job with the interview and I had loads of fun answering all the questions. I always enjoy reading her interviews with the other "farm chicks" that gives insight into the lives of other women living on farms like myself and how they view their lifestyles. One thing we all have in common, I think, is that we are all so blessed for being able to live on farms....




      


                                                                                       

12 comments:

  1. Those shrimp!!

    I can tell you, Liesl, that your blog truly fulfills your original goal: to bring a little Africa to your readers. Your blog is a great travelog with a wonderfully personal touch. Great interview... but even greater blog! xoxo

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  2. Interesting interview and good to learn more about you. Diane

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  3. Great interview!
    You definitely bring a little Africa to your readers..my blood pressure goes up reading about the wildlife! ;)

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  4. i'm with allison - i always enjoy hearing your stories and seeing your sights. thanks for sharing your life with us!

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  5. Loved your interview there...you always make it feel so personal, like I am right there..love it! ;D

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  6. What a great interview. I love reading about your life on the farm.

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  7. Hi Liesl... it was great to learn more about you and your unique life. South Africa continues to fascinate me!

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  8. I always enjoy reading your blog, and I thought that the interview was terrific. Your stories of Africa are interesting and educational. Thanks for letting us in on what goes on in your life.

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  9. What a good interview Liesl! Now we know you a little better. You know what? We get SA oranges here sometimes.......maybe you rode by those trees.

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Hi,thank you for stopping by "A Little African Magic" and joining our adventures in South Africa. I do enjoy and appreciate to hear from each and every one of you!