Tag: tools

let’s hear it for the girls: raising girls who know how to homestead

In the past two weeks my 15-year-old has made me so proud as a homesteading mama.  On a weekend afternoon, she decided she was going to put together our unfinished wood chairs.  From there, she sanded them down then picked out the stain she… Continue Reading “let’s hear it for the girls: raising girls who know how to homestead”

lessons learned: having the right tools

Last week, I started working on my daughter’s new bedroom.  She will be moving downstairs to the former master bedroom which became storage/office/workout room when we moved upstairs after her birth.  Now, in the teen years, we will both benefit from the repurposing of… Continue Reading “lessons learned: having the right tools”

lessons learned: dandelions and being rooted in faith

After spending Sunday afternoon engaged in quiet creation care, I thought I’d revisit this post this morning. Knowing yourself is to be rooted in Being, instead of lost in your mind. ~Eckhart Tolle Last week, we had some gentle rain showers which soaked the… Continue Reading “lessons learned: dandelions and being rooted in faith”