Tag: tea

recipes: growing grace farm’s favorite tea blends

Even thought winter has ended, I am gearing up for a season of iced teas in mason jars out while lingering outside.  For a quick treat, I make them ahead, put in jars with lids then grab and go as needed–less expensive and healthier… Continue Reading “recipes: growing grace farm’s favorite tea blends”

Spring at rest

There is something about cloudy, cool weather in the Spring that puts my soul at ease.  While others mourn the loss of the sunshine and the lower temps, I walk outside and feel Nature at rest.  I imagine it can be tiring being Spring,… Continue Reading “Spring at rest”

thrifty thursdays: mason jars part 2

So, if you don’t already know it, I’m in love with Mason jars.  Well, Mason jars and pallets, but that’s another blog post. (you can read it here).  I know we’ve already covered Mason jars once on Thrifty Thursday, (that blog post is here),… Continue Reading “thrifty thursdays: mason jars part 2”

homesteading: making homemade tea

Wow, what a great response to my “tea for two” post a few days ago.  It seems as if there are a lot of tea lovers out there!  I thought I’d share with you how I make my own tea blends so you can… Continue Reading “homesteading: making homemade tea”

recipes: tea for two (growing grace farm’s favorite tea blends)

I have always been a tea girl, and I don’t mean that sweet sticky stuff Southerners drink.  Now don’t get me wrong, I am a native of the South, and I can’t imagine not having “sweet tea” as a part of our culture, but… Continue Reading “recipes: tea for two (growing grace farm’s favorite tea blends)”

silence of the heart and tea by the window

In nature we find silence — the trees, flowers, and grass grow in silence. The stars, the moon, and the sun move in silence. Silence of the heart is necessary so you can hear God everywhere — in the closing of a door, in… Continue Reading “silence of the heart and tea by the window”