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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramThis is so hard. But so true 💚 #teachertruth #teachersrock #inquisitivemindsWinter stream observation ❄️ Such a beautiful morning to use our senses to explore this winter wonderland 🌲❄️ #homeschooling #homeschoolingadventures #homeschoolmom #rockfordillinois #rockfordparkdistrictStarting off this VERY snowy morning with some local goodness...farm fresh egg frittata, topped with goat cheese and homegrown, dried basil with pickled beets from @bushelandpecks 😋 #homestead #urbanhomestead #eatlocal #makeityourself #homeschool #homeschoolmomJust about ready for the arrival of the witches, wizards...and a few Muggles ⚡️ #harrypotterthanksgiving #bookslovers #sharingtheloveofbooks #homeschoolingmomThis. Yes. Absolutely, yes. 😂😍😂#homeschoollife2nd Annual Harvest Share Night! There were SO many beautiful handmade creations, and so much fantastic conversation 💚 The. Best. Night. (A huge thank you to @taprootmag for the inspiration!) #homemade #makeityourself #wildcrafting #craftingfun #community #craftingcommunityI am SO thrilled for this workshop tomorrow!!! 🙌🏻 The fantastic @taunia_may will be leading the class 🧘♀️and @choices_in_rockford has supplied us with some amazing food and beverage 😋 Registration is still open, but it is filling up fast! Call 779.774.3675 to register. Members and non-members are welcome! #815ymca #rockfordyoga #rockriverymca #getyourflowonGood morning ❄️ #guessiwontberakingtoday #thesnowcoveredcollardsthough #homestead #urbanhomestead #growyourownfood #backyardgarden
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A few years back I shared with you my love of all things old: books, clothes, music and furniture. I love that in nourishing vintage items, we can breath life into them and make the old become new. My husband’s … 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
Each of us has a handful of life experiences that truly changes us. Those experiences that get deep into our veins and alter the core of our inner self and the lens through which we view the world. I can confidently … Continue reading