Harvest Season, “it’s not what you have to do, it’s what you get to do”

4 thoughts on “Harvest Season, “it’s not what you have to do, it’s what you get to do””

  1. i TOTALLY relate! Overwhelmed and tired! but on the other hand what a blessing to be able to process our own food and to know exactly what is in our food. Not to mention how much better it tastes! Love this! jenny

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  2. My grandma taught me a similar lesson years ago. “I’m grateful to have a house to clean because it means I’m warm and dry. I’m grateful to have dishes to do because it means I had food to eat.” You can extrapolate it to anything.
    I’m grateful to have laundry because it means I had clothes and enough health to get them dirty.
    I’m grateful to have a table full of tomatoes because I won’t have to buy tomato sauce for a year.
    Whatever it is 🙂

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    1. That is so true and how lucky you were to have your precious grandma to teach you that lesson. I learned through my own experiences and from other homesteaders that we have met. We are both very grateful that we have been given the opportunity to live this life. Thanks for sharing!

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