Often when we blog, it’s a joint effort, we both share our thoughts collectively. But, in this particular blog, I am going to give you the perspective of some of the adventures in homesteading from a girl who in no way, shape or form, grew up country or as a farm girl. In fact, I… Continue reading Adventures in Homesteading, a not-so-country girl’s perspective
The truth is you can never be prepared for, or know, everything. After years of learning through both study and trial and error, I am often reminded of how little I know. We all like to think of ourselves as an apex predator, as someone who can get the job done. We fix our own… Continue reading Homesteading Lessons When To Call in The Experts
Why would freezing kale for the winter be a test of a marriage? Let us explain…. We live in the Northeast and our winters can be very long, and for an anxious gardener, it can be tough mentally. So as soon as possible, we like to get our hands dirty and get our cold weather… Continue reading Freezing Kale, The Test of a Marriage
Sometimes things just happen for a reason. Last fall we had our first set of pigs butchered. Our first time raising pigs was very rewarding, and all the meat in the freezer was a great reward. However, I was feeling a little blue without them on the homestead. They gave me so much joy and… Continue reading Sometimes Happiness Looks A Lot Like A Pig
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