Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Can anybody read German?

http://mademoisellea.vox.com/

11 comments:

--Deb said...

Did you try Babelfish?

http://babelfish.altavista.com/

caracolina said...

I can translate it...

mlle a. said...

Dear fellow Etsian, I was just mentioning your project and the NYT article as an great example for the German market (shepherds, bee keepers, ecological farming, and especially the German forms of CSA).

Please let me know if you'd like me to translate my text.

Thanks.

mlle a. said...

Correction, Wall Street Journal. Anyways, you get the point.

(p.b., what's "funny" about my post?)

Susan said...

Thanks, mlle a. A friend sent it to me and I thought it was really cool. It's almost cooler because I don't know what it says:)

Michele said...

I can sort of read German. it's a little rusty because I haven't used it in so long. It's good :)

Deb said...

Wow! This is so great. You're taking your ideas worldwide (I just love the web :D). Guess I better get my share while I can, daughter and I will be on Martha's Vineyard for one day this summer...hoping to stop by and say hi.
Congratulations on your successful endeavor, you are definately an inspiration to other business owners :D

woolies said...

see what happens when you get MAJOR press! YOu are now WORLD famous!!!
:0)

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan,

can you tell me if there is other wool available other than mohair? would love to buy a share but i am interested in heavy worsted wool...thanks!

Susan said...

Hi anonymous! You will probably want to wait to buy a share in our spring shearing. That's when we shear the sheep and our cormo and cotswold wool are great in worsted weight.

Sue said...

I'm German, so if anyone needs help with anything German, let me know. :0)