Josh was at a job site and noticed a tiny baby fox squirrel laying on the ground. He decided to leave it there to be reunited with its mama and would check again the next day. As he returned, it was still there on the ground, so cold it was shaking like a leaf. Josh … Continue reading Orphan baby squirrel
Well it's the end of July. So much has happened in our little (big) garden. The layout of our garden is not the same as last year. In fact, it is almost just the opposite. Josh built us 7 large raised beds, all from scrap wood that we already had here at the house. His … Continue reading Summer 2020 Garden Update
I don't know about you but every day, since quarantine began 7 weeks ago, I finish multiple sentences with, "Never mind, what does it matter anyway…" Don't wear your school shoes out to play! When did you guys last get a bath? Did I shower today? It's past bed time! Did you stain that shirt? … Continue reading QuarantiMe
Mom, you look really big.Mom, I see dark hair in there.Mom, I don't see your brain.Mom, can we do a science experiment?Mom, can we make a volcano?Mom, do you know where my socks are?Mom, can I ride my 4 wheeler?Mom, can we have snacks?Mom, can you wipe me?Mom, did you ever find gold before?Mom, when … Continue reading Quarantined with 3 little boys.
As parents to three little boys, Josh and I not only wanted to have a garden for the benefits of the fruits and veggies it will produce but also to spend time together as a family and to teach some lessons along the way. We have spent a lot of time in the garden this … Continue reading Lessons in the garden