Many people are feeling called to live simply, jump out of the rat race, and bring their families back together on the land, to work, pray and simply live. My family was called to this lifestyle and have a mission to bring families back together on the land in the form of community. A post will be coming in the near future, (it's brewing in my head) about bringing 'Dad' back into the center of the family flow. You can visit http://www.home-n-stead.com to learn out more about what we are doing.
If you would like to get to know us more, you can also check out this website that my siblings have for our movie making hobby: www.LundFamilyProductions.co.nr
Off to work this beautiful morning. God bless you all today!
I am so happy you started this! What a great way to share how you feel about this incredible lifestyle! I will be sharing it with my older girls. I am also looking forward to you upcoming post on dads.ReplyDelete
Good Morning to you..So you are a yupper? I can smell the pasties..lol do you make them?ReplyDelete
BLessing Sister BRenda
Welcome to HSB! I hope you enjoy your blogging experience here. It is a great community and I think you will think so too! If I can help you in any way please let me know!ReplyDelete
Chasity L. Burrell
Senior Editor Homesteadblogger.com
Welcome to the blog site. I'll be sure to check out your web site too..........KittyReplyDelete
Thank you for the warm welcome everyone! Sister Brenda; no I'm not an official yooper... I'm what's called a transplant. We moved here from Wi. three years ago when we decided to take the plunge to homesteading. We have made pasties, but yooper stew with carrots, rutabagas and potatoes, is more common in our household. The actual truth is that pasties are very dry and real yoopers know to drench them in ketchup real well before eating them. :-) Nice getting to know you guys!!ReplyDelete