Have you ever taken an oatmeal bath as a child and remember your skin being so soft and smooth? What about some lavender bath beads with the oatmeal?
Do you remember Mom’s homemade lasagna with fresh mozzarella and ricotta cheese, do you remember how good it was and how heart-warming it felt to eat it?
I know, I know. These are two completely different things, so why am I talking about them? I am discussing these two very different things because soon for our family, they will all have one thing in common…
Spring. The time of year when the trees go from brown to green, flowers start to bloom, and gardens begins to grow. You can feel the warm sun on your face, smell fresh cut grass, and hear kids laughing as they run through the sprinkler.
On the farm, spring means new life. Whether it be new goat kids, chicks, or planting seeds.
There comes a point in every homesteaders’ journey where they will question themselves. “Is this what I am meant to do?”, “What if I chose the wrong path?”, “What if I mess up?”. These questions come about at two different times:
Here it is.
Here I am writing my first post.
I never thought writing a blog is something I would ever do, yet here I am.