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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramSaturday morning harvest 🌿 #homestead #calendula #lemonbasil #kale #growityourself #backyardgarden #freshbreakfast #weekendvibesLife is pretty rough for this one 😍 #mousehunter #homestead #summerelaxationI’ve tried for YEARS to grow watermelon and have never succeeded. This girl got it on the first try 😍🍉🙌🏻 #homestead #growityourself #gardengoodness #learnbydoingLugano...Thank you so much for giving me exactly what I need on this very difficult day. For your beautiful shores, warm sun, cool water, kind people, and yoga shared with others from all over the world. This. Yes. 💙 “Dance, when you are broken open.” -RumiYoga in the Alps 💙 @815yoga #yogainthealps #breathdeeply #yogaeverywhereSummer Solstice project with the fam ☀️#familyartnight #summersolstice2018 #artisfunKicking off the longest day of the year with some early morning yoga with my youngest gal 🧘🏼♀️☀️ #summersolstice2018 #rockfordyogaIn 5th grade, I read Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights for the first time. I was captivated by the Bronte sisters and their ability to tell love stories in a way that had never been done, nor has been done since. Tonight, I had the absolute pleasure of seeing one of these novels brought to life on the stage in a way I could never have imagined. Well done, Jane Eyre cast. Well done. 💚 #britishlitbroughttolife #starlighttheatre #janeeyrethemusical #rockfordrocks #musicaltheaterStrawberry Time! 🙌🏻🍓🙌🏻 #homestead #strawberries #growityourself
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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
Every November, we find ourselves with an overabundance of kale that gets hit with a hard frost and dies. It always makes me feel just sick to know all of that healthy vegetation has gone to waste and ends up … Continue reading
As fall quickly approaches, the end of the gardening season is just around the corner. But with everything going on in our garden, one would never know it. So, for now, we are just so very grateful for all that … Continue reading
It is been a very, very long time since I have written a What I’m In To post, so I thought today would be as good a time as any to just dive right in. So, on this Tuesday following … Continue reading
As summer wanes, and the expansive days of summer fade before our eyes, I am beginning to feel that same briefness in the garden. While we still have a great deal coming out of our garden, and the tomatoes are … Continue reading
It’s August! This means we have entered the jungle-phase of the gardening season. In order to move about the garden, one must weave in and out of the labyrinth of branches and vines. And while doing so, one may come across our cat … Continue reading