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Pickles From Our Garden: My First Canning Lesson

Pickles From Our Garden: My First Canning Lesson

Our garden has been producing some beautiful vegetables this summer. It has been so much fun to watch them grow and eat fresh produce from our own backyard! I wanted to share with you my first canning experience as we begin to harvest some cucumbers from our garden. I asked my mother-in-law, Cindy, to show me the … Continue reading

And On That Farm…

And On That Farm…

And on that farm, we had some corn… Remember that small sprout in the corn field? Here is a little reminder… Here is what it looked like a few weeks ago… And now, it is up to my elbow! I hope to continue the pictures throughout the summer and into harvest season. And on that farm, … Continue reading

Crash Course in Gardening

Crash Course in Gardening

There is nothing better than spring nights with the windows open and the attic fan pulling the fresh air into our house! Best. Sleep. Ever. We are enjoying the cool nights while they last. I am also enjoying all of the flowers popping up around our farmhouse! Here are some of my favorite photos taken … Continue reading

Cattle Drive

Cattle Drive

Last Sunday, Dan and I spent most of the day at my parent’s house. My sister was home from school once again! The weather was beautiful! Dan and my dad went out to check cows together so us girls decided we would go for a cruise. We jumped in my sister’s ole pickup truck and … Continue reading

Hoo, The Cattle Dog

Hoo, The Cattle Dog

Howdy y’all! My name is Hoover and I’m a hard workin’ cattle dog. My cowboy calls me Hoo! Rustic Honey is out tonight so I thought I’d send you a quick recap of my weekend instead! I worked with RH this weekend at a bull sale. Folks travel from all over the country to bid … Continue reading

My Kind of Green!

My Kind of Green!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! Hope you all are having a festive weekend! It has been a whirlwind of a weekend for us! We went to see our good friends on Friday night for the housewarming I told you about. And on Saturday, Dan and I worked all day at a local bull sale with some family … Continue reading

Mooove it on over

Mooove it on over

{Farm} Last night, I finally returned home from all of my travels this past week for work! Dan and his family had been very busy this week with the beginning of spring calving season. The weather, as you can imagine, was not ideal for bringing new baby calves into the world with temperatures in the … Continue reading

Chick Brain and Road Trips

Chick Brain and Road Trips

It happened on my way home from work on Valentine’s Day. My mind was racing, I was tired, overwhelmed, anxious, and did I mention tired? Then I realized I had it…again. No matter how hard I try to prevent it, it comes on quickly like a nasty touch of the flu – unexpected, unpleasant and downright ugly… Chick … Continue reading