Bunny Day

Apr
1


Happy Easter!

I made blueberry pie with bunnies. You?

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Soaps on Sale!

Mar
30


Making way for a new lineup! Save up to 50% on current stock. Limited quantities of each soap are available. I’ve already sold half of the stock I had yesterday! (Yay.) You can order from the listing in my Etsy shop here.

Note: You don’t have to have an Etsy account to order! You can check out as a guest.

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  1. March 27, 2018 - Easter Imaginings

    I’m baking a really large order today for somebody–a dozen brown sugar and cinnamon croissants, a dozen chocolate croissants, a dozen butterhorn rolls, a loaf of bread, three dozen cookies, and two dozen cinnamon rolls.

    When I ship a large order, sometimes I imagine it arriving at their house. How much family is coming in? Do they sneak the boxes in the house and … Continued…

  1. March 25, 2018 - Miniature Food

    The longer I have my Etsy shop (going on a year and a half now) the more I understand and learn about what people want and how they want it. This comprehension is based on what they order the most, as well as what they message me asking for the most. New listings often come from requests in messages from people looking for something I’m … Continued…

  1. March 16, 2018 - Baby Belle

    Baby Belle was born in December. She’s Glory Bee’s fourth calf. I’m milking Glory Bee these days, which means Baby Belle goes to lockup in the evening-time. Here she is in her little pen–with hay, water, and a handful of sweet feed to keep her sweet, ready for mommy to get off work in the morning.

    We had trouble deciding on a name for her. … Continued…

  1. March 11, 2018 - Early Start to Egg Season

    Chicken, working.

    Spring seems to be coming early here in West Virginia. The daffodils started blooming in February. It’s like the springs I remember in Texas! I’ll be planting my garden soon! Okay, maybe not, but still. We haven’t had a real snow here since January. Very strange. The chickens are laying like gangbusters. It’s egg season!

  1. March 9, 2018 - The Chicken Hasn’t Crossed the Road Yet

    Showing off a really pretty bread I made for an order yesterday–rosemary garlic brioche. (If you’re interested, you can find this available in my Etsy shop.)

    In other news, the chicken hasn’t crossed the road just yet! I’m still here. Making some changes to my blog, simplifying the layout. Changes are in the wind…. I hope you like it! Let me know. … Continued…

  1. December 16, 2017 - Glory Bee Does It Again!

    Glory Bee’s new baby! It’s number four for the seasoned mama–and almost a surprise since I’d about given up that she’d have a baby by Bo the Hereford bull. Bo left in March. Cows are pregnant for nine months. Mid-December, out pops Bo’s parting shot! We’re all excited!

    Meanwhile, the Jersey bull might be the most excited one…. Continued…

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"It was a cold wintry day when I brought my children to live in rural West Virginia. The farmhouse was one hundred years old, there was already snow on the ground, and the heat was sparse-—as was the insulation. The floors weren’t even, either. My then-twelve-year-old son walked in the door and said, “You’ve brought us to this slanted little house to die." Keep reading our story....






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