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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramStarting to bring the outside in 🍂🌿🍁#homestead #urbanhomestead #homesteading #backyardgardenMy first attempt at dying with marigolds ☀️🌼 Thank you so much for the inspiration @sunshinemeadow6 💛Quickly becoming my favorite day of the year 💚 #sharenight2019 #taprootmakealong #makers #communityAnother day in paradise 🌿💚 #upnorth #wisconsin #earthgoodsminocqua #homeschoolingadventures #homeschoolingontheroad #homeschool #homeschoolingfamilyOh Northwoods, how I love you so. 💚 #homeschoolingadventures #takinglearningoutdoors #takinglearningontheroad #homeschool #homeschooling #homeschoolingfamily #upnorth #wisconsinHomeschool Field Trip Time! Today we visited Madison, Wisconsin for the kick off of our Wisconsin unit study. We visited the capitol building for social studies and then off to my favorite spot, Tropic Jewel, for a math and art lesson. #homeschooladventures #learningthroughlivingIt’s not every day that you get to drive through a rainbow 💦🌈☀️A HUGE thank you to everyone who came out today to support the Y!!! 🙌🏻 And an extra special thank you to our CEO Brent Pentenburg for riding for 7 HOURS! It’s not too late to show your support of the Y and all of the programs and services we offer people right here in the 815. Simply text PuriSpin to 41444 to donate. For A Better Us.So, we have some tomatoes 😳😆 #homegrowntomatoes #homestead #homesteading #urbanhomestead #urbanhomesteader #soontobesauce 😋
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Awhile back, I use to post trinkets of thanks each week. I felt that in expressing my gratitude I was able to put positive vibes out into the atmosphere, and illustrate that it is often those seemingly minuscule or insignificant … Continue reading
After finding my family’s old ice cream maker in my dad’s basement a few weeks back, I decided it was time to test it out again after over 25 years. The ice cream maker still worked great, and I was … Continue reading
Thoughts from yesterday: I am sitting outside of my northern Illinois home, in a tank top and shorts. Sweat trickles down my back and my hands ache from the garden work I have done. It is just 11:30 am. In … Continue reading
One of my favorite times of the year arrived this week! In the wee hours of Monday morning, we began pouring over our 2017 seed catalog (We order our seeds and transplants from The Seed Savers Exchange, based in Iowa.) and … Continue reading
It seems that at each turn of the season I feel the need to start anew. I think this has become even more of a necessity now that I stay home and homeschool my girls. Because our home is where … Continue reading
Last Sunday, we gathered with friends in our late summer garden for some fermentation fun. My husband (and his trusty brewmaster side kick) concocted a nice autumnal nut brown ale, while I worked with some of the other littles on … Continue reading