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An amazing quilt I saw at The Quilt and Fabric Shack in Bird-in-Hand, Amish country, Pennsylvania

An amazing quilt I saw at The Quilt and Fabric Shack in Bird-in-Hand, Amish country, Pennsylvania

Loves of Snyder County--blog by Marsha Hubler dedicated to all you Amish readers out there. Marsha lives in the heart of Pennsylvania and is friends with many of the Amish and Mennonites who live nearby. Her posts will give you a clear picture of their lives and customs.

Loves of Snyder County--blog by Marsha Hubler dedicated to all you Amish readers out there. Marsha lives in the heart of Pennsylvania and is friends with many of the Amish and Mennonites who live nearby. Her posts will give you a clear picture of their lives and customs.

Holmes County, Ohio  ALWAYS drive carefully when driving on rural Holmes County roads! Take your time, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and watch for buggies!

Holmes County, Ohio ALWAYS drive carefully when driving on rural Holmes County roads! Take your time, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and watch for buggies!

The Amish-run Scioto Valley Produce Auction in Hardin County is in its second year. With their population growing, the Amish have found new ways of living within their traditions. Adam Cairns | Dispatch

The Amish-run Scioto Valley Produce Auction in Hardin County is in its second year. With their population growing, the Amish have found new ways of living within their traditions. Adam Cairns | Dispatch

How to Be More Like the Amish Is your life crazy? Do you want things to slow down? Here’s a few ways to be more Amish. 1. Give up your smart phone . . . or at least wait an hour before you check it in the morning. Spend a few quiet moments with God instead. 2. Bake your own bread . . . or at least make a nice sandwich for your husband out of that store bought loaf and serve it with a cheerful heart. 3. Have more kids . . . {more on blog}

How to Be More Like the Amish Is your life crazy? Do you want things to slow down? Here’s a few ways to be more Amish. 1. Give up your smart phone . . . or at least wait an hour before you check it in the morning. Spend a few quiet moments with God instead. 2. Bake your own bread . . . or at least make a nice sandwich for your husband out of that store bought loaf and serve it with a cheerful heart. 3. Have more kids . . . {more on blog}

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