...please take a moment to scan through the blog site and give me your opinion on how things are shaping up. I know there is a lot to be done still, converting recipe posts to pages, loading up how tos and gardening articles, etc. But it will all get done. I will have a day … Continue reading If you haven’t yet…
Which one do you think leads to a more sustainable lifestyle? I think using cash or bartering for goods and services, coupled with buying locally are more sustainable. I can see a major purchase such as a house being done on credit with the goal of paying it off early. Why am I asking? A discussion … Continue reading Cash or Credit?
There are few things we need to acquire in order to put our year one plans fully in place. An electrician (need to upgrade the electric box and run power to the workshop, a couple of extra outlets in the house wouldn't hurt either). New tines for the Mantis tiller I picked up at a … Continue reading Building Our Homestead
Yep, I have been told I am crazy and unrealistic. Why? Because my immediate plans include becoming prepared for anything. Because I am going to go back to school for a degree not many have heard of, apparently. The degree is Horticultural Therapy. Because if I have to work outside the home I want a … Continue reading You Are Crazy!
It is relatively easy for me to find a lot of things to be thankful for this November. We have had a pretty rough year but things are smoothing out. So many have helped us and supported our efforts to regain a sense of normalcy. I am thankful to everyone for everything they have done. … Continue reading Thirty Days of Thankful
This is our own Plum Creek. Think little house in the mountains. been a good thing for us. The kids have much larger bedrooms now. Forest Fairy actually having the largest bedroom in the house with an ideal layout for entertaining other teenage friends and a plethora of closet space. Super Hero has managed to … Continue reading Little House in The Mountains