Answering Lilla Rose questions …

Good morning!

I’ve had quite a few ladies ask me about selling Lilla Rose. I thought it might be easier to make one post on the subject that I can share, rather than rewriting it repeatedly and possibly missing a few points.

~ You get a free replicated website. No charge, ever.
~ There are no quotas to stay active. Order once per year and you’re covered.
~ Sales supplies are affordable; they aren’t making money off of the consultants’ needs.
~ The products aren’t sold in retail establishments at all; it’s all through consultants.
~ You are your own advertising, simply by wearing the accessories.
~ The support from my upline and other consultants is unbelievably great!
~ Sell how you want: home parties, fairs & shows, online only, catalog parties.
~ It’s a stable company, but not so well known as to saturate geographic areas with consultants.
~ Building a downline is easy because women want to sign up to buy at reduced cost.

Want to learn more? Check out the Opportunity link on my Lilla Rose site.


Sara’s Line Art

Our Sara (age 13) has been working on line art.

Wikipedia defines line art as “any image that consists of distinct straight or curved lines placed against a (usually plain) background, without gradations in shade (darkness) or hue (color) to represent two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects. Line art can use lines of different colors, although line art is usually monochromatic. Line art emphasizes form and outline, over color, shading, and texture. However, areas of solid pigment and dots can also be used in addition to lines. The lines in a piece of line art may be all of a constant width (as in some pencil drawings), of several (few) constant widths (as in technical illustrations), or of freely varying widths(as in brush work or engraving).”

Roaring Lioness Line Art

She would love to have some opinions on her work, so please leave them in the comments.

Black Friday Sale!!!

The Black Friday sale has been announced!

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Shop Now!

20% off all items and up to 50% off select items
Free Shipping on orders over $50

Begins Friday November 28th at 12AM PST and ends at midnight PST Sunday November 30th!

This is the time to fill in all the empty spots on your Christmas list. Lilla Rose accessories work for every hair type and style.

Migraine Monday

This morning’s post did not go out due to a weekend of migraine madness.

Migraine Illustration by Bernard Maisner

Migraine Illustration by Bernard Maisner ~ Click for WSJ Article

It started Saturday night and was apparently induced by a weather change, as we had mist and rain all day on Sunday.

Do you suffer from migraines? Do you know your triggers? Please share how you cope in the comments.

Hopefully we’ll be back to our homeschooling/homesteading/etc. Monday posts as usual, next week.

Meet Emmaus

Meet Emmaus

Today’s blog entry was written by 13 year old Sara.

Our family always loved seeing Pyrenees at dog events and in videos. When we heard there were Livestock Guard Dog puppies for sale in Kansas we knew we had to get one. My mom looked at the puppies they had available and she found a little white female. When some friends heard about it they asked us if we could bring a female for their goat herd. It turned out that Grandpa and Uncle Bobby were going to Missouri. Uncle Bobby decided he wanted a puppy, too. Grandpa met the lady halfway between her Kansas place and the town in Missouri where Grandpa and Uncle Bobby had been staying. They loaded up all three puppies!

While we waited for them to return to Wisconsin we came up with the name Emmaus which is the name of a road in the Bible. When she arrived she was just a little white ball of fluff! For awhile she stayed in the house and loved to sleep by the big box fan, and to get on our big couch. When it came time to make a place for her outside we had an extension of our barn so she could hear and smell the goats but they could not butt her and hurt her in some way. We had a little chicken access door that we soon opened and had a crate in front of the hole so she could see them. One day I went out and she had somehow got out and was playing in the pen, so after that she was allowed in with the goats.


When she was about a year old she started to chase the goats and be protective over her food, so I started training her out of those things. She knows the basics (Sit, Down, Stay, you know!) and she is much better. She is learning agility and some fun tricks too!

I love that we got her. Crockett is very happy to have a second dog around. His story will be coming soon.

They are the best dogs ever!

If you would like to know more or have any questions please ask me.

Thank you,