This is a look at our morning to night, hard/fun work in a normal day. :)
"Come on, guys, let's get some work done!"
Here we go, hang on!!
Plow the potato patch.
Fertilize the back pasture.
Take some cute and artistic photos of the animals.
Some will play music...
(btw, I was taking this picture and my older bro quickly jumped in--I didn't even know he was there!)
Water the plants in the greenhouse.
Clean the house and then it's around 7:30.
Time for the volleyball experts to play ball!
Then, after that, it is time to make some food and make a blog post for Simply Livin,' so everybody can see that our farm is simply loved!
Lizzy!!! aww that was nice!! I miss helping weed and try to plow and playing volleyball!!!!ReplyDelete
I miss you guys! Great post! Be sure to write more!!
Awesome post Lizzy!! I always like coming home from a long day of work and looking at you guy's posts!!ReplyDelete
What are the red leafed plants in your greenhouse? I love following your day! Does anyone do "school"? What does that look like in your family?ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
I believe those are purple orach. As far as our school goes, my Mom wrote an article on how we do our homeschooling, which you can read here: http://home-n-stead.com/family/articlesonfamily/educating_child.html
Thanks for the comment! I'm sorry we took so long getting back to you. The blogger has been down for a few days. Thanks for visiting and please come back soon! :-)
Okay, read your mom's awesome article. Sooooo, when can we move in with you all? I need to apprentice myself to her. I get how all of the "school" subjects are a part of everything you do. My husband could use a course on that. However, the sibling peace, family peace, world peace equation, now that is where we could all use a personal tutorial! Maybe we could buy that Old Tater farm your mom mentioned. Would we be neighbors? There is no point in moving if we wouldn't be :-) My kids (11,10,8,5,2) got really excited when they heard about it. I am off to plaster her quote about fighting all around the house so when I need it all I have to do is look up!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
jezz I didnt realize how much I say "you's guys" :DReplyDelete