I would love to say that I am super handy or a DIY kind of farmgirl. But, I am not. I can think of all sorts of clever alternatives though that don’t require more than a screwdriver! I am in love with this arbor idea. I have been for years. I find it so enchanting! So, I priced … More Tunnel of Arbors (and how I made ours)
I shivered in the cold, forced air of the dim hospital room and pulled my shawl tighter around my shoulders. I listened to the ominous drone of the heart monitor. He finally fell asleep. I watched my child, now a man, lay there in the hospital bed with the flimsy covers upon his slight frame, … More The Innate Healer (and what to do when you cannot help)
I remember the excitement I felt as I turned the pages of herb book after herb book, taking to memory the properties of each flower, the appearance of each wild herb. Perusing the aisles of the local plant nursery, loading up my cart with herb starts; nettles, motherwort, lavender, rose bushes, lemon balm, valerian. The … More Becoming an Herbalist
I have a really big announcement for my amazing blog readers! Now this is top secret because it was written as a gift to my children for Christmas so I cannot promote it on any social media sites that they might see, but as far as I know, they don’t read my blog. So here … More My New Cookbook is Released!
I never guessed back in 2012 what this would become. I set out to chronicle our adventures in homesteading. To create a template and how-to that we wish we had. We weren’t able to find information on how to farm high altitude, or how to bottle feed a goat, or how to do any of … More Farmgirl School; Homesteading 101 (now available on Amazon!)