Moving On

The two biggest problems I had when keeping chickens was coming up with enough cool chicken names and having enough land for them to pasture. A small group of chickens can happily graze every last bit of life from a small patch of earth down to the dirt in just a few days or less … Continue reading Moving On


The Way We See Other

Sometimes we let our expectations blur our appreciation of each other. Sometimes we focus so much on the effort that we forget how to enjoy each other. Sometimes we feel so emotionally in debt, we stop investing in each other. Sometimes we need to pay less attention to how we're feeling about each other and … Continue reading The Way We See Other

Beware the Barrenness of a Busy Life

The closest feeling to drowning without the presence of water is trying to take care of small children without the presence of others for guidance and support. At one point in my stay-at-home motherhood journey, three of my children were in diapers and the two older ones were being homeschooled. My husband helped as much … Continue reading Beware the Barrenness of a Busy Life