Soaps by Colleen Thornton, Farmer and Owner of Heaven Sent Food and Fiber
I’ve always loved a really good bar of soap. I have been rummaging around the soap shelves and “close out” sections of Tuesday Morning, TJ Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, and any other nook or cranny where there is a happenstance possibility of finding an imported, French-milled box of soaps for years. And, when I find a box of Shea Butter, Lavender, or Evelyn and Crabtree triple milled Goat Milk soap – well, I just stand there and sniff it for a while. Then, I take it home and wait until my previous bar is all gone. Days when I get to open a new bar of soap are days where my happiness factor is multiplied many times.
I had one of those days…times about ten a few weeks ago when a box from Heaven Sent Food and Fiber arrived, full of soaps. Colleen Thornton, the soap maker and owner of the company, had sent them my way. We gave away four bars on our Facebook page last week, and I played with the remaining treasures. Here’s a quick idea if you want to give Oklahoma-made soaps away as special hostess or holiday gifts… Continue reading Rustic or Refined, Oklahoma Soap Makers Are Something Special