Some things have been going on over here that have been raising red flags and I can only hope that we do not have to move again. I must learn to take one day at a time and not try to foresee the future, jump to conclusions, or panic. Today. We sat down to dinner last night and bowed our heads to say grace. We thanked the Lord for our meal, prayed that everything would work out alright, and for hope. Doug went out to milk and came running back in to get me outside. Elsa was in labor! Our … Continue reading Hope and Nino
Uh, I probably should have inquired about milking lessons prior to this. I have read many homesteading books which outline how to milk a goat. I milked a goat at the animal shelter I worked at. A large goat. Every … Continue reading Who Knows How To Milk A Goat?!
Okay, these things really happened last week. This is how you know if someone is not a farmgirl. 1. Someone walked up to the booth and asked Nancy if our goat’s milk soap was moldy cheese. (Doesn’t look like Ivory … Continue reading Clash of the Farm and City (true story)