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natural organic clothing store Snohomish Washington

Visit us in Snohomish, WA

If you are visiting Pacific Northwest and Seattle, visit our Natural Clothing Company store in downtown Snohomish, 1010 1st Street.

We love to meet our customers and offer you to browse and try on beautiful linens, organic cottons, wools and more. Our staff is friendly and knowledgable, and we love meeting our customers.

There is a comfy chair to rest if you are tired.

We are open 7 days a week 11 am till 5 pm.

Our song by David Douglas

Grown in the Earth

Watered by the rain

Touch by the sunshine

It should all remain

Natural, that is.

Natural.

I was only a few years old when my family took a long risky car ride across the "forbidden border" of our East neighbor, the Soviet Union.
It took my dad 20 years to gather the courage to try to find his place of birth and place of trauma.

Perfect day last Saturday - sun shining, weather warm, gorgeous. I left for the store early as the new Alpaca socks arrived, I need to price these.

Our contractor was working on a garage, so I stopped by. “Gary, I maybe shouldn't be saying that but I was thinking about you. With all the surgeries you have been having, take a look if there is any stressful situation in your life that needs resolving. Stress contributes so much to accidents and health issues.”

He looked at me, startled, and said “You know, there is something. I never connected the two. But it's a tough one.” “I bet. Otherwise you would just have a cold. Don't ignore it, you are so young. All the best!”

I think that we need a reminder that, despite the circumstances, we are the ones that continue to create the world made for us. That we are an expression of life and as such, we give life to others. It matters.

Through the individual hearts, thoughts, actions - we help life to vibrate with more clarity and strength. Nobody will ever take it away, no muzzle, no six feet distance, no worldly upset.

We make a day better for a person on the street that seems lost and needs help. We wave to neighbors and express sympathy to a friend. We pay for coffee for the person six feet behind us.