A picnic, a hike, and a waterfall make a relaxing Sabbath outing.Read more
Welcome to the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop! Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. Philippians 4:8 I hope you…Read more
Welcome to the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop! Happy Week to you! Today I’m sharing some pics of my flowers, and if you’ll look carefully, in many of the photos you’ll see a cat photo bombing in the background. The Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop This is a place to share some love and spread…Read more
Welcome to the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop! hello! If you’re looking for some fun ideas and a place to share your own ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Happy Week! Here in upper East Tennessee, it’s a rainy Sunday and a rainy week. At least that helps me to water my gardens! …Read more
My Surprise Herb Garden Haul Today Adam and I stopped in at Tractor Supply Center. I needed to replace some butternut squash seeds and replant them, because mine did not grow. Distraction While in the parking lot, I spotted a canopy and some hanging baskets and assorted plants. I quickly spotted the bold yellow “75%…Read more
Welcome to the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop! Good morning and happy Sunday! Our week has been full with garden and various work jobs. I spend several hours every day just watering, transplanting, and weeding out in our garden terraces. We got a touch of rain yesterday, but not enough to reach the roots. We have…Read more
Squirrel or Scientist?
🐿 👩🔬 🌱When it comes to planting your garden, which best describes you!
Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! Thanks for coming by to the blog hop today! *Just a quick note! The code was messed up at first but is now up and running! Sorry for the delay, as it was a process to figure out! Feel free to add your links now! 😊 How is your…Read more
Canning Supplies to Get Now Whether you are a homesteader or not, canning is more than just a hobby for preppers. It is a wise way to provide for your family when your garden is finished. This week I’ve got canning supplies on my mind. In fact, for my husband birthday, we have decided on…Read more
A Victory Garden for Your Homestead Do you have a garden planted yet? How about little seedlings? Food prices rising. Grocery shelf gaps. Less global fertilizer supply. War shutting down production and shipping of essential grains. An unstable economy Trucker shortages, coupled with fuel price increases Has any of this gotten your attention yet? Whether…Read more
Pros and cons, plus uses of the Hori Hori Garden knife.Read more
Are you dreaming of Spring and your garden? We are! And we are enjoying doing a little Winter gardening too!Read more
There are so many great reasons to save your garden seeds! It’s fun! It’s easy! Learn more now!Read more
Foraging Wild Edibles in the Early Spring I took a morning hike up to the ridge top today. I spent some time sitting and listening to and observing Nature. I got hungry! So I started looking around to see what I could find to eat up there! Breakfast on the ridge! I could find wild…Read more
How We Garden—Preparing Terrace Gardens These last few weeks we’ve really caught Spring Fever! Mini daffodils in our flower bed along the driveway Daffodils, Crocuses, Tiny green shoots poking up, And even the green briars twisting around on the hills, All of these and more signal the arrival of that glorious time of the year…Read more