Remember the days of writing out your letters by hand? I remember sitting down every Sunday afternoon when I was a little girl and writing out letters to various relatives and friends. There is just something so personal about saying, “I’m thinking about you” with a pen and paper. Perhaps this holiday season, we can […]
I had the privilege to share some time with Lisa Kivirist, author of Soil Sisters: A Toolkit For Women Farmers. Lisa and her husband run Inn Serendipity and have co-authored several books together. Lisa is on a constant mission to assist, aid and educate women farmers.
Have you ever wished your neighbors were gardeners, craftspeople, farmers, ranchers, or other homesteaders that shared your dream? Me too! While it would be awesome if there were vibrant, connected, homestead communities with affordable land for all of us to join that’s just not the case. I realized one day that if I don’t bring […]
In an emergency, the first resource that people WANT is a way to send and receive information. Being connected plays a vital role in our sense of safety and well being whether it’s getting local news reports, updates on loved ones, or a way to call for help…
There are seasons in life where we feel like we have everything under control. Then we are reminded that we can’t do life alone…. no matter how self-sufficient we become.
There’s a difference in the conversations that occurred half a century ago and the conversations of today, from the topics, tones, and messages. Our online community is a valuable tool not only for adults, but children as well. Join the conversation and enjoy the company of working folks.