4-H Lessons

Lessons Learned – via 4-H!

This past weekend, my daughter and I had the opportunity to attend a local 4-H function – And definitely had some lessons learned! The day-long event we attended had a schedule of about 20 classes that we could choose from for a pretty small registration fee.  There were 4 sessions available, with some of theRead more

Trying to “Do It All”

Today’s DIY post is a little different than the norm.  I’m not going to show you how to sew your own napkins, or make your own face cream, or even how to make your own cleaning supplies.   Nope, today’s post is more of a confession.   There is something that happens to me onRead more

Thursday’s Thought: The Road Less Traveled

When taking the road less traveled, all will be well, with the one you love by your side…   This journey I have started on – this homesteading dream – wouldn’t possibly be so, without my partner by my side.  Although the path we are taking is what some might call unconventional – It isRead more

Farming in Pjs

Mornings here at the Faulk Farmstead are strictly a casual affair.   This means that I roll out of bed, start my coffee, throw on thick socks, boots, warm coat and a wool hat – And head out to the pasture. That would mean I am still in my pajama pants. And this is completelyRead more

The holidays are over – Now what?

Here we are, knee-deep in the holiday slump.   You know what I’m talking about.  That crazy running-around-with-your-head-cut-off feeling is gone.  If you are like me, you are now fighting the crud that’s going around, which is dragging you down even further.   What do you do now?   This morning, I stare around myRead more