Since I know you all think I am mostly crazy, I thought I would share my journey of growing wheat with you. I know…just what you care to read first thing in the morning. Haha. Oh well. We were gone for
I kinda laughed out loud just typing that title. When Alex and I first got married 6 years ago (in 4 days), I never had in my mind to make bread. Let alone grow wheat. I was probably in that
Alex and I have done some back-breaking, brow-sweating work these past couple of weekends trying to get the spring garden bed in place. We choose to create a new garden bed in a place more conveniently located behind the house.
I’ve been so busy these past few weeks trying to make the most of this fall weather that I have neglected the blog a bit lately. There is so much to write about but I can’t ever pick what I
We have been really enjoying some unseasonable weather lately. In the past few weeks we have had the windows open at night and even a few days…it’s been so lovely. The country breeze will never get old. However, it has
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.
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
So much has been going on lately…guess that’s summertime for ya! We finally broke ground for the fence on Saturday. Alex and his Dad dug by hand a few (9) of the fence posts. They sunk each one in concrete.
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
He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11 I was driving home the other day and admiring the corn growing in the fields surrounding our homes. It is rather shocking to me to watch how fast is grows.