My name is Inge Harris and I grew up in Southern Germany and was raised by a family that valued organic farming and a responsible attitude towards our environment. They raised their family sharing these holistic principles and I continued to enhance and build on this already established foundation. After completing my college education in Germany, I traveled throughout the United States of America, living in California before settling in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. There, I worked with other community members to teach the importance of organic foods, self-responsible planetary stewardship, and always pursuing and encouraging the pursuit of the deeper spiritual meaning of life. I have also taught yoga since 1988 (currently on sabbatical) and home-schooled my daughter K-12. Photography has always been an interest of mine, and since acquiring a DSLR not that long ago, I am finally able to explore this further. Please note that I am currently not photoshopping any of my images, what you see is unedited and straight out of the camera – using a Canon XS with a 50mm f/1.8 lens. I am currently residing in sunny New Mexico and share my home with my family and a colorful assortment of cats and dogs.
My name is Gillian Harris, for those of you who don’t know, I’m Inge’s daughter. I grew up in the Seattle WA, area, and just before highschool, moved with my family to Montana and then to New Mexico. I attended the University of New Mexico, where I majored in English, furnishing me, as some have said, with a convenient excuse for spending all my time reading. When I am not working with my Mom on developing and testing new gluten free recipes, I can usually be found writing on various subjects, including several unfinished stories, listening to music, watching movies, and reading. I live in New Mexico with my family and various pets, including one very spoiled orange tabby cat named Valentine.
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Contact:We welcome your comments, questions or personal messages. You can contact Inge and/or Gillian at satreads (at) gfcelebration (dot) com.
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16 thoughts on “About”
Hi!! I am thinking it is Inge who left a great comment for me on my blog. I thought I would return the favor. I now have 131 blogs in Google Reader, lol! 🙂 Thank you, too, for adding me to your blogroll.
How wonderful that you are in sunny NM! I am from Colorado, what I always think of as a cousin to NM. Paul’s parents live there during the winter months, too. It is a beautiful place.
I look forward to reading more here and returning many times again.
Be well, and hope you are having a great day.
an alien parisienne
bin total begeistert über Eure Homepage. Sie ist sehr gut aufgemacht, gegliedert und steckt voller fantastischer Tipps.
Melde mich heute nochmals per Email.
Liebe Grüße aus Stuttgart
Great photos! I grow many of those same plants in my own yard!
Great photos! I grow many of those same plants, including the columbines, in my own yard!
Except for the roses, most of the plants we grow are semi-native to this area. Thanks.
Love your blog and shared it with my friends, who suffer from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia.
Thanks. Always great to make new connections.
Hi! Just wanted to stop by and say thanks so much for liking our recent post on bungy jumping in Japan. Much appreciated! 🙂
You are very welcome. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my spicy vegan butternut squash soup. I have several vegan soups I’ve posted recently all that turned out excellently. Hope you enjoy.
During the upcoming colder months, we will definitely give some of your recipes a try. They do look delicious.
Thanks for popping on my blog. Look forward to reading yours!
Thanks for checking out my blog and my recent Mini Apple Cobblers! I hope you find these easy to recreate for yourself as well. I look forward to continuing to find new recipes that are gluten free in the future.
Christine, thanks for stopping by our website. We also enjoy reading your posts. Will be trying the cobblers real soon.
Great blog – looking forward to trying some of these recipes!