When you begin a homestead or organic garden, you develop a new perspective. What was once refuse has become gold. I now drive around neighborhoods looking for bags of leaves left out by the curb, if I find some we pull over and it is kind of like a Chinese fire drill- we all hop … Continue reading
As I look back over notes from the gardens of 2013, I am pleased. We were productive and met many goals. One of my goals was to finally, successfully grow sunflowers. I know this may seem like a simple goal, one so simple why put it on paper, but I have had a terrible time … Continue reading
Things have been bustling around the farm as we work like crazy starting, bumping, and feeding seeds and seedlings for all the wonderful people who will buy herbs from us this coming season. The past two weeks or so have brought us very nice and warm weather, but then this… We had a lovely … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my previous post, my second daughter had a terrible time as an infant and toddler with ear infections. At that time, I knew nothing of alternative medicine or holistic healing so I did what the vast majority of mothers do- I took her to the pediatrician. He, then did what most … Continue reading
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This photo was taken on Galveston Island, summer 2013. I was vacationing along with two of my four children. I love the beach and to feel the sand between my toes! Nice shot! Check out The Making of a Home and Hollyberry Herb Farm !