It’s that time year – eggs running out my ears. Now that’s a word picture, huh??? Anyway, I thought I’d share a couple of things I do with eggs besides fry them along with some observations about cooking and storing this easy-to-produce homestead protein source. Continue reading
Maybe I’m stretching the word play just a bit, but here’s how it went. Continue reading
Sometimes I just have a conglomeration of pictures to post and I can’t come up with a good title. This is one of those times.
Yesterday I tackled a tiny piece of the mustard patch. We planted this garden late in the fall, not certain if anything would stand the winter. However, we knew for certain that seeds won’t grow in the package so we threw them out there. In the last few weeks of brighter sun and sometimes warmer weather they’ve Continue reading
Spring is always a time for cleanup around the homestead and this spring finds us more needy of a farmyard facelift than usual. I find myself embarrassed by the disarray but at the same time I realize that many other homesteaders find themselves in the same quandary. I believe several things come into play to make Continue reading
I wanted to title this “Fun With Dead Animals” but thought some might find that a bit macabre. It made me giggle anyway. During the cold weather the last couple of weeks we finished up almost all of our butchering chores, Continue reading
Grief is a respecter of no one’s timetable but its own, and though it’s still my frequent companion it’s a bit more compassionate with me now. I didn’t know exactly how to start this much belated post other than to just tell it like it is. Now that’s out of the way.
It always amazes me how fast time flies by and here we are with another year come and gone. The beginning of a new year certainly provides plenty in the way of blog fodder which is a good thing because Continue reading
After experiencing the most lovely, cool spring I can remember (God truly is gracious in our time of need) I believe summer has arrived. The first clue is that everyone in the house is “dewy” by early afternoon, except David who is generally drenched and salt encrusted. Temperatures have been in the mid 90’s, but that’s better than 110. Continue reading