There must be a dozen or more ways to provide feed for your animals without having to purchase feed. I just never expected that one of those places would be the feed store. Free food from the feed store? Yes.
Mending and repairing clothing is a lost art–to find good directions you have to go back a bit to when it was a more common everyday skill. That’s why these printable versions of two vintage US Department of Agriculture bulletins on clothing repairs and mending suits are such a great resource!
Who doesn’t enjoy curling up with a ball of yarn on a cold winter’s day and turning it into something pretty and/or useful? Besides my cat, I think I’m the only one in my household who looks forward to dragging out the bag of yarn on a dreary day in the middle of winter. Here […]
Looking for some great, inexpensive ideas to spice up what you drink this winter? When you Google winter teas most of what you find are exotic teas that cost a fortune, and many of these have additives and preservatives in them as well. Oh sure some of them taste amazing but for the average person […]
Our family is passionate about having an edible garden not only will this increase the value of your homestead but you will be passing on the gift of food to generations beyond your own. We have the gift of having a muscadine grape vine in our front yard and if you have never tasted the […]
When the blessings flow, ain’t it just right not to clog up the pipe? I mean, the whole idea of “flowing” signifies blessings starting at the Head, running through wherever you are planted, and then beyond you to other parts both hither and yon. At least that’s how it’s supposed to be, methinks. Follow the […]