Raquel Iturbe
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"Opps, typo error, an unnecessary "the" in there."
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"Raquel, your natural photos are pleasing to the eyes and inspirational to the our soul. Ronald"
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James Twyman, peace work, came to work with and very interested in the "new" children. Definetely was meant to be here.

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At 9:20am on May 31, 2009, Ronald Howard Sanderfer said…
Opps, typo error, an unnecessary "the" in there.
At 9:18am on May 31, 2009, Ronald Howard Sanderfer said…
Raquel, your natural photos are pleasing to the eyes and inspirational to the our soul. Ronald
At 5:16pm on December 27, 2008, Susan & Gino Menanno said…
Blessings dear one:
The gift of the flower resonates within your soul. Thank you for these beautiful photos instilling in us all the gifts of Earth Mother.
Love Light to you.
Susan & Gino
At 4:06pm on December 27, 2008, Stella Jane said…
Hi Raquel
Really hope you get to come visit me on "One Acre Farm" this winter.
Remember anyone can get scheduled to come here for a "will work for
food" session. You work 2 - 4 hours, I feed you !!
Peace and planting,
*J
At 8:32pm on November 11, 2008, Ashland Source Center said…
Thanks for all your great work and gorgeous photos. See you this Thursday for our first gathering of new members. Blessings be.
At 8:55am on October 7, 2008, Ashland Source Center said…

Autumn

Welcome to the Ashland Resource Center.

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P.S. A lovely photo of you on the phone. So great to have you hear. Have fun.
At 7:31am on October 7, 2008, Gregg Marchese said…
Welcome Rachel. I joined right before you. It's always good to see you out in the community--and here too.
What kind of name is yours? Mines italian. Did you know that 'Paisan' means 'from the same town'?
 
 
 

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