Just the other week, I was woken up at 3 am by piercing cries. I sat up in bed and immediately knew it was a kitten.
“And in the act of making things, just by living their daily lives, they also make history. Knitting in spare moments, or round the fire, whenever women gathered together... It's something to celebrate-clothes made in love and service" ― Anne Bartlett, Knitting
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: Register early and SAVE $5-$15 on these skill share classes.
Make your summer a fun & educational one. Meet other city homesteaders and swap skills!
Inch by inch, row by row - FREEDOM GROWS
Once again - howdy! Or as Minnie Pearl says Howdee!
A VERY VERY Happy Summer to you all! My sincere apologies on lack of updates and postings. It's been awhile! Hope everyone is well? No, we haven't fallen off the face of the earth and appreciate all the emails inquiring about our well being (so sweet!)
I can't tell you how many times I've told people," Sorry, we are out," "Sorry, no more till next year." "Sorry, sorry, sorry"
The Cortunix quail have fit nicely into the homestead. They don’t require much space and eat considerably less than chickens and ducks.
IF I HAD A SONG ~ A loving tribute to the life and music of Pete Seeger this Saturday (live-stream webcast available!)