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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
Tag Archives: preservation
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
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
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
There has been a lot of action of late in our gardens. It is truly at its peak, and despite the near 100-degree temperatures this week, we find ourselves entwined in vines of all sorts, harvesting all this fabulous veg. … Continue reading
One thing is for sure, we have a LOT of beans coming through our kitchen door these days. So many beans in fact that there is no feasible way to eat them all. Enter “Operation Dilly Bean.” If you have … Continue reading