Tag: environment

She’s Got the Whole World in Her Hands

*I wrote this a while back.  It has taken this long to edit and post. All accounts of the gardens and sheep are not current ūüôā Summer 2018- Adjusting to having a daughter has been surreal and¬†overwhelming¬†in every way possible. There is anxiety that… Continue Reading “She’s Got the Whole World in Her Hands”

Reflections of Summer

This morning marked a rare day off, sans kids. ¬†I had a moment to reflect on a summer filled with work; most of my time spent away from our little homestead. ¬†Sitting with the birds in the sun, many thoughts passed through me. ¬†I… Continue Reading “Reflections of Summer”

Symptoms of an Insane World

  I don’t know where to start, but the beginning seems a good place to try. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t believe humanity¬†to be insane. From the time I was first aware of the world outside my own thoughts and opinions;… Continue Reading “Symptoms of an Insane World”

TBT- Self Indulgent Ramblings And Abstract Metaphors

I wrote this on the plane ride of the first visit back home, almost seven years ago. ¬†I found it recently and was please that my younger self had left such a good reminder of what to focus on as I pass farther along… Continue Reading “TBT- Self Indulgent Ramblings And Abstract Metaphors”

Keeping our Forrest Healthy and the House Warm

I have always loved trees, when I was a little kid I was always climbing them. I distinctly remember at the Casville house a tree that we would climb to the second story roof much to my moms dismay. ¬†It had to be at… Continue Reading “Keeping our Forrest Healthy and the House Warm”

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