Ingredients: 2 lbs venison tenderloins 1/2 lb bacon 3 cups dark brown sugar 2 cups soy sauce Directions: Mix brown Sugar and Soy sauce together in a bowl. They should combine nicely into a soupy soy liquid. Put Deer Loin in a cooking tray and pour Brown Sugar/Soy Sauce mixture over loin. Roll tenderloin over … Continue reading Tasty Tuesdays — Venison Tenderloin
We are always so busy taking care of everyone else and everything else we often forget to take care of ourselves. But what happens when we do get down? Let's just not go there because we know it all falls apart. There are some things you can do to help keep you on your feet: … Continue reading Mommy Mondays — Taking Care of You
January has been coming to a close and I remain behind on everything as usual. I thought I had set some attainable goals for this month but apparently not. I am almost done with my business plan and it has caused me to stop and rethink a few things. I am not changing direction … Continue reading Being A Single Mom and Sustainable?
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January needs to be renamed planning, since that is when most of it gets done for the new year. We have a lot going on this year, as you noticed in my previous post. Well here is the detailed break down for January: Putting together our official business plan Get all the wood cut for … Continue reading The Month of Planning
Short often dark, dreary days accompanied by long, cold nights can make the perkiest of people feel down. We have eaten so much rich holiday food, not enough sunlight and a gazillion other reasons to feel depressed. We get down, weather turns nasty and we can toss in cabin fever as well to the pile … Continue reading Beating the Winter Blues