Julia's been talking to a magazine that might want to include
something about us in an upcoming story. It's tricky because they
seem to be mostly interested in 'lifestyle' issues , primarily of
the urban homesteading type. They read some of julia's blog
and appear to
have come away from it with the impression that we sew our own
of our own food. Now, given that julia enjoys writing about such
things and mostly avoids writing about dullish things , it's
understandable that they would get that impression. What worries
me, though, is that readers might get the impression that the reason
we are able to afford to give away roughly half our money is that we
engage in extensive home production. Which is not the case. We
live cheaply, cultivate simple tastes, and are economically very
lucky. You don't need to turn your kitchen over to quail  in
order to make a substantial difference in the world through charity.
 To be fair, they *are* a lifestyle magazine.
 Unlike me; no nine post streak on public transit prediction for her.
 In fact, it doesn't even help. We spent more on our quail than
we got back in eggs and meat.
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