Just a little check in here from the sunny Texas prairie… how are YOU doing, June Bug? Random facts for your week: Down here in the South, June Bugs are silly, clumsy bugs that get into all sorts of mischief and can’t seem to keep themselves standing upright because of their obsession with porch lights […]
This post is about how to work from home so you can homeschool… and I threw in a fun farm update for kicks. I’m sure you are sick of farm updates by now, but I want to be real… because if you think that downsizing into an old farm house is easy, you would be […]
Updates on the farm mess and animals, garden, greenhouse, and our Texas field trip adventures… not to mention some links and info you won’t want to miss!
Our first month at the farm has been busy to say the least. Ups, downs, and all-arounds. Below is a topic-separated update (as organized as I can manage with my brain all over the place like it is these days). DECEMBER BADNESS Every story has ups and downs. We’ve had our fair share of them […]
Sometimes a feel like a city astronaut who landed on the farm moon. Here I am, this rhinestone urban cowgirl at the Cat and Cactus “farm”… not sure what I’m doing, but I’m ready to learn. Aside from “growing” a “Catcus”… I’ll need a lot of instruction. I am glad I had so much time […]
This month has been a crazy, dreary, rainy, emotional roller-coaster, but we are ever so thankful to see the sun again… and the light at the end of the tunnel. The sunshine has returned after torrential Texas rains (thankfully we weren’t flooded, but that is in large part due to the fact that we chose […]
This is a guest post by a homeschool mom, curriculum writer, farmer’s wife, and chicken-lover (she even rents her chickens, y’all). I know you will be as blessed by it as I have by getting to know her and learning about her family’s habit of celebrating every Saturday for the Sabbath: Why DO we celebrate […]