We purchased this metal artwork at a flea market in Charlotte while visiting one of Our favorite families, The Clark’s. What an AWESOME find. We picked up this piece for $20.00, added some lace to the back of the frame. It was an easy project (because We did it together). Measured out the lace and… Read More Re-Purposed Metal Artwork
The first time we saw the homestead, one of the aspects of it we fell in love with was the amount of windows the home had. There is nothing better than natural light pouring into the house or a cool breeze filling the rooms. When we began deciding how we were going to dress them,… Read More Not Your Average Window Covering
Hello everyone Fall is here! Hope this new blog post finds y’all doing well. I recently ran across this recipe for Quiche; I have to say it was the easiest thing I’ve made in a while. Check out the recipe below with instructions. Light & Fluffy Spinach Quiche 1/2 cup light mayonnaise 1/2 cup milk… Read More Easiest Quiche Dish Ever!
Hello everyone hope this summer is finding you all keeping yourselves & your chickens cool! I know lately with these extremely hot days our egg production has deceased but that’s a subject for another day. Today I had to make some homemade chicken stock. I’ve used most of my reserves, so into the kitchen I… Read More DIY – Homemade Chicken Stock
From the moment Angela and I decided to pull up our suburban stakes and embrace the homesteading lifestyle, one of the projects we wanted to do was set up a hydroponics system. I have been fascinated by them since the first time I saw a system online and researched the benefits of growing plants in… Read More Back Porch Hydroponics – Part 1
Bone broth is an easy way to help our bodies naturally. Adding bone broth to your daily routine will help heal the body from inside. The benefits of adding bone broth into your diet are: To promote Joint Health Aid in Better Digestion, helps Leaky Gut Syndrome Bone Broth is Rich in Minerals Improved Immune System… Read More Benefits of Bone Broth
Yum…It’s Blackberry Pickin’ Time! Yup around here the blackberry bushes are loaded with wild blackberries right now. This morning as I went for my morning walk I saw several blackberry bushes just waiting for someone to come along and pluck the ripe berries from their vines. It’s a bit tricky though, most of the blackberry… Read More It’s Wild Blackberry Pickin Time
When it comes to landscaping, there are two kinds of people. Those who could spend hours on end cutting grass, trimming bushes and flowers, proudly posing next to their recently awarded yard of the month club sign. Then you have others who would rather cement the entire yard, paint it green and call it done… Read More If you can’t eat it, why grow it?
One of our favorite things to eat for breakfast is Corned Beef Hash. The canned stuff can work for you in a pinch, but nothing can compare to the homemade variety! Here is our recipe for homemade corned beef hash. Ingredients: 2 lb Corned Beef Brisket 2 Russet Potatoes Cubed 2 Large Carrots Diced 1… Read More Homemade Corned Beef Hash
When we came home from church today, we decided to spend the day in the garden. Well, truth be told, we began dismantling the greenhouse. While out there, we took the time to really take a look at how our babies were doing. No need to say a whole lot, just take a look at… Read More A stroll through the garden