I’ve been invited to Guest Post on some wonderful blogs:
In fact, I’m a regular contributor over on Tauna’s Proverbial Homemaker, where I regularly write and ramble about homeschooling and parenting teens, pretty lofty topics on my laborious-but-favorite-things-to-do list.
And don’t miss this post (endorsed by Jill, of The Prairie Homestead!) if you’ve ever entertained the thought of raising chickens in harmony with your pooch:
Take a second to follow along on SoulyRested.com. (Just click “FollowThisBlog” in the right-hand column. ) Then, whether I’m writing about my efforts to keep things simple on my New England homestead, offering pointers I’ve learned about gardening and farm animals as a newbie homesteader, sharing tips from my almost 2 decades of homeschooling, or offering advice on learning about nature with a child or grandchild, you won’t miss a beat… here or on one of the many sites where I contribute.
Just click “Follow This Blog” in the right-hand column. And welcome to my New England homestead, where the floorboards creak, the barn roof sags, the lights and water are not always guaranteed to work, the land is rocky and unforgiving, and yet it is perfect. Because it is where God has placed my family. And I’d love to have you join me on this part of the journey.