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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
Tag Archives: homemaking
The last few weeks have kept us very busy with a variety of DIY projects around the house. With the absolutely beautiful weather gracing us, my girls and I decided to take advantage, move school outside most days, and just … 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
My girls and I have found a new love: ceramics. We happened upon a class that had some open seats and immediately we knew it was a match made in Heaven. A common misconception of homeschooled-children is that they lack … Continue reading
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
About a year ago, my husband bought me this fabulous piece of furniture for a late birthday present. I had been eyeing it for a couple years at a great local shop, and I knew exactly what I would use … Continue reading