All Year Round, Herbs

Introducing: Herb & Sea Home

Have you wondered where I have been?  Have you wondered what I have been up to? Maybe, or maybe not. You may have read my post on my facebook page, that we were relocating to Galveston, Texas or you might not have seen that, and lets be real- you might not have cared! But just… Continue reading Introducing: Herb & Sea Home

Family Fun, Holidays, Homemaking

Ornaments, Tradition, & Tapestries

When Cheyenne was about 3, a wonderful lady shared about buying ornaments for her grandchildren to hang on the "cousins tree" in her house.  Each Christmas the cousins would all come over and were given a new ornament to go on the tree and would then decorate the tree with ornaments from years past.  I… Continue reading Ornaments, Tradition, & Tapestries

Faith, Family Fun, Holidays, Homemaking

Simple Beauty- Christmas Decorating on the Farm

I love Christmas time- I have a  desire to bake, cook, clean, decorate, and wrap gifts tied up with lots of ribbon that sparkles that I am just unable to suppress.  I do get some help from the kids, but mostly its just me and I love it.  Tony enjoys my creations, especially those emerging… Continue reading Simple Beauty- Christmas Decorating on the Farm

All Year Round, Farm Fresh Food, For The Kitchen, Herbs, Homemaking, Recipes

Basil- For A Moment More & How To Make An Herbal Vinegar

As I left out on my morning run, for the first time this year I wore a hooded sweatshirt over my t-shirt and wind-pants with a cap on my head.  For us here in East Texas, that is just almost cold.  I could see my breath but there was no frost on the ground, just… Continue reading Basil- For A Moment More & How To Make An Herbal Vinegar

Farm Fresh Food, For The Kitchen, Herbs, Homesteading, Recipes

How To Make Herbal Tea

Cool weather makes one want a nice cup of hot tea, and an herbal tea will not only warm the soul but it will boost your immune system as well. To Make A Tea: Place one teaspoon of dried herbs in a  tea bag, a tea egg, or loose in a cup and pour hot… Continue reading How To Make Herbal Tea

Farmgirl Daily, Random Thoughts

Five Things Friday

I have seen several of these "five things Friday" posts and they are usually along the lines of things that inspire you or photographs.  Well, my five things are of a different vain.  I have decided to do Five Things That Chap My Hide.  So here we go, we will be counting them down from… Continue reading Five Things Friday

Faith, Homemaking, Mothering, Parenting

The Most Powerful Woman In America

As I was standing in line at the grocery store the other day, Time magazine caught my eye.  An attractive woman was on the cover with the line "Don't hate her because she is successful" and under it was her name and claim that she had "a mission to reboot Feminism"  I guess being the… Continue reading The Most Powerful Woman In America

Farm Fresh Food, Recipes

Savannah’s Sweet Pie Crust

My daughter, Savannah, inherited her daddy's sweet tooth and from me, she inherited the love for cooking and baking.  Savannah has always been in the kitchen and it didn't take long for her to start wanting to bake the sweets that her daddy loves.  It started with sugar cookies and then went to cherry pie. … Continue reading Savannah’s Sweet Pie Crust

Farmgirl Daily, Homesteading, Random Thoughts

Quick- take a picture

Just finished "spring cleaning" the kitchen. It took 3 days, but every shelf, drawer, and surface has been cleaned including the walls. It is amazing how great it feels to walk into the kitchen and find it so clean and in order. However, I am not naive. I took these pictures so I could remember… Continue reading Quick- take a picture