Just thought I would check in here…been a while. While we have been keeping absolutely busy, its all on the same projects. So nothing too exciting or new. The fence is nearly done. Maybe a few more Saturdays worth of work.
It feels like life is always busy around here. Funny because most of the time we are home. I just thought I would post what a day on the MonroePost might behold…Here’s what today was like. LOTS of grass to
Why is it that failure hurts so bad? Disappointment cuts deep into the heart’s flesh. I’m feeling some loss this week. Feeling some frustration and disappointment. Why does everything have to be so hard? Every.thing. Or so it feels like.
I’ll admit it. I get jealous of other peoples gardens. The concept of “too many” anything in your garden is too much for me to comprehend. While I am completely grateful that I am getting a few squash out of
Well, I am not really sure how to write this. I am still coming to terms with it myself. I have been through a period of denial and doubt. Hope and disappointment. But I think I really need to let
I am happy to announce that the workshop/garage is finished! We are still awaiting on the final inspection, so there may be a few little tweaks here and there. Alex still needs to build all of his tool benches, cabinets,
I thought it would be appropriate to try to keep track of how things are going and how we are progressing on our homestead goals. We’ve been here a little over a month now (moved in April 20th). Feels like
I feel like my head is still spinning in circles. SO.MUCH.TO.DO. Plenty of time… It’s all just a matter of priority and fighting the “I want it NOW” ‘tude issue. Me with a ‘tude? Never! Anyways. After solving those attitude
You know when we are quiet here on the blog we are busy around the new homestead with the various tasks at hand! Sorry to leave you hanging. Alex started building his garage last Saturday and it is coming along
One would assume that moving into a new home the builders do things right…well should do things right. Not the case in my pantry. I put some stuff on the shelves and they began to sag a bit. I asked Alex