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Welcome All! I'm a dreamer, I hope you are too! A Posse ad Esse, or From possibility to reality, is a general state of mind. I hope you'll share your possibilities with me as I will with you. Namaste~

October 28, 2008

Taking a cue

I'm still trying to muscle (literally) through the work in the back yard to control the bindweed and get the garden expansion put in place while the weather is still holding up so their not really a lot of new stuff to write about on a daily basis.

I went through this same period last year around this time too. The garden work is mostly down to the mudane digging, pulling, and prepping. The harvests have been put up for the most part, still some beets expected, but not for a little while yet, and we're not yet snow bound so I haven't been spending too much time working in the house on new "experiments". So, in this short period of seasonal evolution, I thought I'd steal a cue from Phelan over at Homesteading Neophyte, and take suggestions or questions.

Do you have any questions you've been hoping I'd cover? Wondering about how I came to this way of life? Incredibly (and inexplicably) curious for more information about me? Now's the time to ask. If I don't know the answer I'll make something up...no, just kidding, I'll let you know I don't know, or find the information for you if I can. Either way, With the numbers of new readers I seemed to have garnered in the last few weeks, I thought this may be a good time to open the blog up to your questions.

I look forward to them!
P~

4 comments:

Our Home said...

Hiya Paul, have been reading your blog for a while and yes I am curious as to how you came to the life that you now have. A little info would satisfy my curiosity :-)
Best wishes Babs

farm mom said...

As I've been following you for some time, I know how you got here. I'm more curious about where your going? Where do you and A see youselves, say, 10 years from now....ideally.

I'm also wondering about the boys. As my kids are still little, this life seems completely normal to them. How is it for your older children? Do they love the changes you've made over the last few years? Do the goals you have and the changes youve made make sense to them? Or are you the "weird parents" they have to explain away to friends? :)

Anonymous said...

I would love more info on your chicken coop and how many girls (hens) you have:)

~Renee

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Anonymous said...

What are you reading these days??? Do you have blueberry bushes??? tp