I have found thatgrowing food in the southwestern climate is nowhere nears as easy as along the southern shore of Lake Erie! Today I update you on my failures, successes and a new business venture.
As I have mentioned in the past, I have always felt that something just was not right with this world. I always wondered why we had to work more often than we relaxed and actually appreciated and enjoyed life. Why did we need to use the monetary system to get what we needed? Is thisContinue reading “Living In A New Reality”
Got a lot of work done today on the homestead! Good thing since the next few days are going to be very windy here. In this video I show you the progress on the rock garden and how beautiful my herbs look in my new raised bed. Also I let you in on my nextContinue reading “Herbs Are Now In The Raised Garden Bed & Progress On The Rock Garden”
I had a very busy day here on the homestead. I have started the rock garden at the front of the property…whew! That is physically exerting! And I planted more vegetable seeds.
With starting a homestead, running my own business, vending and being a tad bit involved in activism my life has been busy. The good news is that these are all activities which I love and am passionate about. Today was the grand opening of the Seligman Community Farmers Market in Seligman, Arizona on Historic RouteContinue reading “Life Has Been Busy With Exciting Ventures!”
I went the Route 66 Farmers Market and at the request of a viewer attempted to make it a little funny. I’m not sure if I succeeded or not but I had a great time doing it. In this video you not only get to enjoy the farmers market but get a taste of theContinue reading “The Farmers Market: A Comedy?”
Whew! Homesteading keeps me busy! During week two I made progress even though it may not appear that way. Plus I discuss new plans which are in the works for the homestead.
Today is the first day of work on the homestead! Follow and learn along with me as I begin my gardens and plan the homestead. Today we plant lettuce, tomatoes and peppers.
We are beginning the first step of our homesteading adventure! Follow along with us and learn as we go.
I have several of these scarfs which I will be beading in preparation for vending at the Seligman Farmers Market. In this video I show you how I transfer the pattern onto the delicate fabric.