13 responses to I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby
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    Comment on Lake effect in Amish Ohio (January 12th, 2011 at 13:11)

    Lake effect in Amish Ohio

    Glad to hear it Alice. Don’t forget to make a snowman. Richard you too. Snow is a treat for some, a headache for others. In NC growing up, it was a treat. 2 inches, and school’s out folks. And it was lots of fun.

    But of course once you head north, both frequency and tolerance for the stuff goes up. I wonder if we could figure out a ‘snow love’ line on a US map, corresponding to how positive public opinion is to the stuff.

    I think responses would start to get more negative than positive once you hit northern OH/PA. And definitely the “lake effect” zone must be sick of it. I remember getting caught in a storm in Geauga County one year, definitely in the “lake effect” zone. I ended up having to spend the night in my truck. One to remember!

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    Granny Sandy
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 12th, 2011 at 21:10)

    What an interesting book. I would very much like to read this lady’s testimonial on her life as a Hutterite. God Bless, Granny Sandy

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    Patsy
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 13th, 2011 at 08:18)

    Would enjoy reading this book.It sound very interesting. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 13th, 2011 at 12:27)

    Another great book giveaway! My uncle gets turkeys from the Hutterites in Montana.

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    Christina
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 13th, 2011 at 17:05)

    I haven’t heard of this book before, but it sounds fascinating!

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    JoAnn
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 13th, 2011 at 21:59)

    This book sounds interesting, would love to read it.

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    sharyn buccalo
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (January 17th, 2011 at 22:51)

    i have enjoyed reading about the Hutterites and how they are different from the OOA

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    ann hengst
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (February 28th, 2011 at 19:56)

    Sounds like a very interesting book.
    Would love to beable to read it. And
    duck with cabbage in cream sauce it
    sounds delicious

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    Beverly Ann
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (March 31st, 2011 at 02:41)

    I own “I Am Hutterite” and very thoroughly enjoy it. After I read it the first time I’ve gone back and read it again occasionaly. I read everything I can lay my hands on regarding Anabaptist ways and variations. Mary-Ann Kirkby breathes life into her book and the little known Hutterite culture. I would love to someday eat the strawberries she speaks of so highly, preferably fresh picked and warm from the sun! Thanks for such a lovely book.

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    Tim Thompson
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (March 31st, 2011 at 06:20)

    This would be a great book to read.
    They seem to be very interesting.

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    Lee Richardsen
    Comment on Sure, you betcha (September 14th, 2011 at 14:08)

    Sure, you betcha

    I get a charge out of Ms. Kirkby’s supposed willingness to be labeled a Hutterite now that she can write and profit from it.

    She might let the whole earth know her father was not a Hutterite but he married a Hutter girl and they actually were part of a group that left the Hutterites and formed their own communal group. The book makes it sound like they left the colony and were on their own when the truth is, the “colony” they left wasn’t even a Hutterite colony nor were they on their own. There were other families who left the cult like group they belonged to at the same time.

    To my knowledge she was so young when they left I don’t know how she would have had a “cook week” to miss or not miss.

    Her book amounts to expoitation of the Hutterites the same as many exploit the Amish for profit.

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    Jim Turner
    Comment on I Am Hutterite: 5-book giveaway and interview with Mary-Ann Kirkby (November 25th, 2011 at 20:33)

    One of the best books I have ever read.Wished I had a chance to visit a Hutterite colony like this,sometime.

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    Andy White
    Comment on I hope for a book! (January 10th, 2012 at 01:12)

    I hope for a book!

    Id love to read this, thanks so much.

    Sincerely
    Andy White

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