Ed Begley Jr. talks with us about sustainable living, public transportation, living simply and Arrested Development.
Everyday, we're trying something new. We're failing, but sometimes we're not, but we keep trying. That's what farming and life are all about. Not giving up.
Handling criticism online is easier said than done, right?! The internet has surely made many aspects of life easier and some a little harder. With so many blogs out there, it's easy to forget that these are real people.
By Mary Dyer
My smart Granny used GRIT to keep me happy and quiet, at least for a few minutes.
We've live through another loss as an EF 5 tornado slammed into the Oklahoma landscape. We once again face loss, sorrow, and eventual renewal, some call it strength, I call it that undefinable quality called Oklahoma spirit
Becky gives a quick update on her family's involvement in a pivotal food freedom case going on trial this week in Wisconsin.
One more weekend as a volunteer photographer at Recall Lagrange. The 150th anniversary of the burning of the college and town. My garden room is coming along nicely, only I didn't realize the weight of all the tile I had to haul up the steps.
For whatever reason, housewives of long ago used a smokehouse to store their home-canned foods. It didn't seem that such a storage was necessary, because most houses were large, but still most homes had a small house out back for a food pantry.