Monthly Archives: October 2014

Meat

Advisory: most of the posts on this blog are about lovely, fuzzy things like babies and gardening. This one is not. It is about the meat my family will eat all winter long. If you are a vegetarian, or otherwise … Continue reading

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Canning Homegrown Tomatoes

As I have mentioned in the past, most of the food I can doesn’t come from my garden, other folks grow it. But this year my garden has been fairly prolific, and quite a few jars of home canned goods … Continue reading

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Finding Room

My sewing machine has been hiding out ever since my step step son moved in to our guest bedroom. The guest bedroom is now his room, with my sewing table in the corner, and my great grandmother’s quilt on the … Continue reading

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Canning My Heart Out

Wow. There is a lot of food to can. All summer long, all year long(!) I have been canning. I am at the point where I have to force myself to do it. It has lost it’s appeal. But I … Continue reading

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Flowers

       Homegrown. Gracing the yard. There are few. But each is such a beauty. Next year I will strive again for abundance.  

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