Most pet owners have had to make hard end-of-life decisions for their pet at some time. But it’s so hard to say goodbye… Not only because you’re losing a beloved pet, but also the heart-wrenching uncertainty of knowing when it’s time.
Much is going on these days here on our 100-acre Texas Homestead. We’re still dealing with a continuing gripping drought, I’m struggling to keep my fall garden going and we’re inspecting beehives & weaning calves. Come see what a day looks like for this Texas Homesteader.
Do you wonder what a day on a Northeast Texas Homestead looks like? I’m sharing our day right here.
It’s true that there are many things we gave up when we left corporate employment. Guaranteed salary, a cushy climate-controlled workplace and paid days off for example. But all those perks just weren’t worth it to us.
Come along with me to see what a day on the Homestead is like.
If there’s to be a silver lining found at all for 2020, it’s that the pandemic had many of you looking for ways to be more self sufficient. Ways to do more for yourself. To save money, to provide for your family. How empowering!
Are you wondering what the most popular posts of 2020 were? Well it was everything from easier homemade recipes, to gardening tips to making homemade dog shampoo and MUCH MORE.
Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for some good reading, y’all!
Texas is starting to loosen its shelter-in-place recommendations. But RancherMan & I are not comfortable mingling among the masses just yet. Not even using proper social distancing procedures. So we’re still tucked in at our Homestead.
Luckily since we live & work right here, that’s not too far from our typical day anyway. Come see what a day at the Homestead looks like even during these shelter-in-place times.