Photo by Heather A. Rose Green Acres is the place to be. Farm livin’ is the life for me. Land spreadin’ out so far and wide. You can keep your good ole city life, just give me that countryside! Photo by Heather A. Rose The mountains is where I’d rather stay. I just love the… Read More ›
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1793817979 The cabin on the north side of Potts Mountain, in Paint Bank, VA, is a vivid picture book with poem narrative that describes setting up sustainable living in a rural environment.
A David Psalm 19 1-2 God’s glory is on tour in the skies, God-craft on exhibit across the horizon. Madame Day holds classes every morning, Professor Night lectures each evening. 3-4 Their words aren’t heard, their voices aren’t recorded, But their silence fills the earth: unspoken truth is spoken everywhere. 4-5 God makes a huge dome for the sun—a… Read More ›
Thanksgiving was only a week ago, and with November 2018 coming to a close, I just want to say, “Thank You!”, to all of you who support my work. This has been a record month for sales, the favor of God has been evidenced by a tremendous jump in author ranking and leading sales of… Read More ›
Everyday these little “surprises”, in my everyday life, reminder’s that our Heavenly Father still has me in the palm of His hand – Praise God! I am so thankful, and grateful, for these Blessings – these hugs from my Father. Tonight, after celebrating Thanksgiving with my daughter, son-in-law, and my precious grand-children, and extended family,… Read More ›
The sun burst through the overcast sky, on this crisp fall morning, to illuminate creation struggling to retain its flowering nature. Amid the dry fallen leaves, this well established Lavender plant, past it’s growing season, straggles and clambers through and among the wild Sweet Pea that had chose its flourishing room in the same environs… Read More ›
“If you decide for God, living a life of God-worship, it follows that you don’t fuss about what’s on the table at mealtimes or whether the clothes in your closet are in fashion. There is far more to your life than the food you put in your stomach, more to your outer appearance than the… Read More ›
via Baked acorn squash… Out of one meal in February, God blessed us with 8 acorn squash from seeds tossed into the cold snow in drainage ditch. Of course, Dixie Bella had to help and guard her precious find.
A long-time family tradition for many folks where the coonhounds are turned loose, trailing and putting the coon up a tree without human assistance. These quality bred dogs can find, and follow, that coon scent; sometimes, following that scent through water. Competition hunts demonstrate the speed and skill of the dog “treeing” the coon; which… Read More ›
Under $10, this record book is farmer friendly and designed for field use. Intended for ease of documenting farm income, expense, bison, grass, hay and pasture records for the modern day farm. Assisting the farmer with a detailed annual documentation consisting of enough space to record up to 52 cows, multiple bulls, and 10 grass,… Read More ›
In the past, old-timer’s relied on visual inspection of the colors, the varying shades of green, or brown, in the fields themselves to determine the need for fertilization. They also visually inspected the growing grasses, and developing seed heads, to determine the times to cut, or mow, the grasses in the hay fields. This record… Read More ›