It’s chore time! I’m so happy to be able to get out and do chores every morning! Since starting work, I’ve definitely felt disconnected with everything around the homestead. But things are changing this summer and I’m so happy. It’s a great time to relax, reconnect, and reflect.
The mulberries are starting to ripen! We decided to go check them out, and of course, the goats joined us. It was a perfectly relaxing and fun way to spend this cool and beautiful summer morning.
Here’s a look at my tiny house… it’s a work in progress, but it’s coming along! Be sure to stay tuned for progress updates on our other tiny houses in the near future.
We’re kicking off the summer by adding windows to Brooke’s tiny house. She’s excited to get it done, and they turned out so cute! We hope you will join us for a summer filled with tiny house projects, gardening, homesteading, and of course, LOTS of fun!
It’s been a while… but we’ve been working hard to get ready to kick off our summer time vlogging fun! It’s going to be a summer filled with tiny house building, gardening, animals and lots of daily life on a small farm. But most importantly, we’re going to enjoy living simply and focus on doing more of what we love. We’re excited and hope you’ll join us for a summer of fun.
It’s the most exciting time of the year on the homestead! Warmer days, sunshine, the garden is waking up, new seedlings are popping up, and today our baby chicks arrived in the mail!
Having a good life and being satisfied with your life is about doing more of what you love. For us, living in the country with our animals, growing a a garden, building our tiny house and working towards a simpler, more self sufficient life IS what we love. By finding a job where I could be off during the summer and doing some financial planning, I am able to take the summer off…. which means more vlogs this summer…lots more! 🙂
Some one requested… so here it is! An update on all our animals on the homestead.
Oh no… My house had roof condensation and it wasn’t good! Luckily we caught it early so there isn’t any mold. In this video we show how we fixed the problem and so far it’s working.
So we wanted to move our cattle panel greenhouse. Easy, right? Not exactly… we came up with a plan using just what we had laying around… then we had to switch up our plan a little… then as I’m editing this video I’m thinking it’s screaming redneck… but hey… it worked.. or did it??? You’ll just have to watch…