Every time we visit someplace with other animals we end up with fleas... Or rather, our dog does. Without fail. I don't know if it's because of where they live having a heavy flea population or what. I have noticed that apart from visits, even being out in the woods like we are, we rarely … Continue reading When Fleas Prevail
A few of the YouTubers I subscribe to have collaborated for a "Homestead Homemaking" series. The goal is getting focused on Christ, house cleaning, and making houses feel homey. Since I started watching their videos, I've been inspired by these women to take responsibility and joy in my own home and faith walk. The first … Continue reading Freshening Up
My husband went to speak with the vet today to discuss Anna's recovery and our options. The longer I'm married to that man, the more I respect him. He provides for our family, he leads us well, and he handles the tough decisions with quiet dignity and integrity. He'd be the last to admit it, … Continue reading Down Dog Update #2
3 days. There's a significance there in the number of days until my family and I will have to vacate our current home. God can do a lot in 3 days- in 3 days, He raised His own Son from the dead and made Jesus victorious over sin and death, thereby freeing me from the … Continue reading Trusting God to be God
How blindsided of me that it took 25 years to connect the term "spinster woman" to the craft of spinning? In my curiosity, I researched the term. According to the Online Etymological Dictionary, A spinster: mid-14c., "female spinner of thread," from M.E. spinnen (see spin) + -stere, feminine suffix. Spinning commonly done by unmarried women, hence … Continue reading Help, I’m a Spinster Woman!