No matter where we live or what our climate, our homesteads are going to experience mud. Winter for some means snow and ice….which eventually turns to mud. For others winter means a lot of flooding rain…..which turns to mud. As a farmer and homemaker, mud can be one of the most difficult things to Read More
Maybe you’ve been a homesteader for a week…maybe 20 years. Either way, you’ve probably already realized that this whole “homesteading” thing isn’t quite as romantic as you thought it would be. Trust me, I understand
No matter how simple Christmas has been, most all of us experience a little melancholy feeling once it’s over. The fun of hearing Christmas carols on the radio, the joyful feeling when you see decorations, the search for a new cookie recipe, hearing the Christmas story at church…..whatever it is that makes December days just Read More
Be careful, he said. You, too, I said. Here on the homestead Mr. One Ash and I are always reminding each other to be careful in what we are doing. We certainly don’t want either of us getting injured and, after all, this is one difficult job with two of us, let alone if one Read More
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Okay, so you’ve been looking for the “perfect” gift for the lady Homesteader in your life? Well, I’m helping you out with this AWESOME list of the Top 10 Gifts for the Homestead Wife (not in any particular order). Just click on the highlighted links to head over to the spot where you can read Read More