February 25, 2009

Fruits of Labour


Photo by John Kernick.






7 comments:

  1. WOW! I'm going to watch this again. She's absolutely incredible and I can't think of a better inspiration for getting into the food industry! She's so sincere and the love for what she's doing is crystal clear. Thanks for posting this Beefy!!

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  2. These videos you've been posting are amazingly inspiring. I can hardly wait to hear more about what you are working towards! Keep the videos coming!

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  3. Makes me hungry. A good bread and some of her loving products. I wish she made tomato jam or preserve. It's fantastic but so hard to find.

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  4. I totally understand what your going thru. When I made the leap and began my business, I had a hard time articulating what the business meant to me and where I envisioned it leading me. After a little more than two years it is still unfolding. I know that the most important thing you can do is be true to who you are and follow your instincts. Compromise is an inevitable reality, (especially in the economic climate we are in the midst of). Just be sure that your compromises allow you to remain true to your ideals. I wish you all the success and happiness in the world Bradford. You deserve it.

    Carol
    gatherings
    p.s. Thanks for all your support!

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  5. Wow, she is inspiring - thanks for posting lovely pictures & videos! And good luck with any endeavors you in which you choose to partake..

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  6. I can't wait to see whatever it is that you are cooking up, Beefy. You are so talented and put 1000% into everything you do. I know it will be beyond amazing. Much love and support from your friend, Bee:) xx

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  7. Hey Unc, can't believe I only just now discovered your blog... we're probably neighbors. I love that script font you use - what is it called if I may ask?

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