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Category Archives: Homesteading
What’s happening around your neck of the woods today? (Ignore the dates on the pics…apparently there is an issue ~’oh Oak Tree, fitz the camera pweease.) Here we are having working/resting day….that’s sounds strange. 🙂 A nasty, sicko child resting … Continue reading
I walk around this little piece of property that I call my homestead and this is what I see: My Bleeding Heart. I think it gets larger and larger each year. It has been here since we purchased the property … Continue reading
I have thought about these, researched these (including how to make them), and have dreamed about (I know, I am weird ~ I own it) the money saving aspect of these. What exactly are these: Wool Dryer Balls! Can I … Continue reading
Since we bought our house nearly eight years ago, I have battled with how to clean those itty, bitty, teeny, tiny fins of the baseboard heater. They collect So. Much. Dust! Now, don’t get me wrong, I love how well … Continue reading
and not the movie! Last weekend (okay, so it started last Friday) the kiddos and I went to the store and bought the fixens for building a chicken run. Yes, that glorious outdoors arena that the chickens in all their … Continue reading
It’s a broody world here. I think I have “advanced” chickens. LOL My babies (read that as my first two chickens are only 9 months old and already my charming snarky rooster, Atticus, has started molting. It is my understanding … Continue reading
Sometimes I think my son’s dog’s mission is to increase my patience level. Look ~ doesn’t he just look all sweet and cuddly there in my son’s lap? I see the mischievousness in his eyes because I know it’s there, … Continue reading
Okay, for some strange reason I have an old 80’s song in my head with this post. Remember the song, “Is this love” by Whitesnake? Yah, that is the tune that pops in my head when I think about molting…I … Continue reading
I am not the #1 fan of technology, not by any stretch of the imagination. I prefer a paper, bound book over an electronic one any day. Yet, I understand why electronic is becoming a necessary “evil”. In my case, … Continue reading