We have been silent and disappearing from the blogosphere for a while, almost 2 months.
We are busy with “Kebun Kalleo”, our farm land situated in Kesang Pajak, Melaka. We are working to turn it into productive farm where we could grow pesticide-free and safe food produce.
Our desire to grow varieties of herbs for Kalleo handmade soaps is partially materialized, still a long way to go though as there are so much farming work to be done. Our prayer is that when we open “Kebun Kalleo” to visitors in near future, it would become a place of solace where everyone could enjoy God’s creations
To those whom we have been tardy in replying your email enquiries, we sincerely owe you our apology! Thank you so much for sending your online soap orders despite the delay in our deliveries.
We would keep you posted again about “Kebun Kalleo”.
Ronald was one of those few male participants who signed up for our basic soap class in February. He came with one reason – He wanted to give away soaps as door gifts for his guests on his wedding day in March.
I was worried if he could ever make six hundred plus of bar soaps after just a session of soap whipping from my class and March is merely a month away.
He was very determined.
Ronald sent me an email with some lovely pictures last Friday:
Hope you are will, please find attach photos of my bath soup as my wedding door gift
I thought he has intended to write “……Hope you are well, please find attach photos of my bath soap as my wedding door gift ….”
Aargh! i was so delighted to see his 2-tone soaps, which were naturally swirled in the mould with papaya juice.
Well done, Ronald! You have prepared your wedding door gifts with so much love for your guests!
Last but not least, all of us from Kalleo Handmade Soaps would like to wish both your wife-to-be and you a joyous and Blessed Marriage!