They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder. There is truth to this statement. Dru is in Manitoba for a weekend of meetings at a youth camp. I miss him. I think about him more because he's gone. I can only just barely be okay with it. Because I know that this is real… Continue reading A Day In the Life
I took a walk around my yard yesterday in spite of the rain. I discovered that I missed the bloodroot blooming but found the Jack-in-the-pulpit before I stepped on it. I was able to identify the juneberry bush so that it doesn't get cut down when we do our brush clean up project. I'm glad… Continue reading Spring Rain
Havilah is my partner in crime on this homesteading journey. Give us a few years and the two of us will be a formidable force. We've got dreams and ideas already! Jube was ready for the school break and turning into a good help around the house and homestead. He needs chores. I'm realizing that… Continue reading This is Us
I went out the door last week in the midst of that polar vortex and told myself I was so glad I didn't have any dairy animals. The cold was bitter. Dru had three days of school off. We hunkered down and enjoyed the comforts and diversions available to us. Once I was sure Goldie… Continue reading Polar Vortex
My dear man bought me an iPad a few weeks ago. At least, he said it was for me. But there are times I open it and find that he's been reading kindle books. I'm sure I didn't download that app. We won't mention how he used it to run his PowerPoint last Sunday when… Continue reading The Battling of the Brain Fog
Saturday a week ago was a full day. I paused for coffee once. But spent most of my day on my feet. I did nearly everything on my list. My man brought home some candles and ornamental gourds, much to the astonishment of Jube, who had never seen the lumpy, bumpy, colorful things before. So… Continue reading Full, Busy Life
Look at that morning sky. It's gonna be an awesome day. The kids are not going to be impressed with the cleaning projects I have up my sleeve today! I finally have proof that Mercury really does go up there. So...is this normal in your world?