Category Archives for "Resistance"
The past few weeks have been overwhelmingly busy, with a sick family member, a trip coming up, fall farm tasks, and life in general, and I missed writing the Friday Farm Blog and sending out newsletters. In fact, I have hardly written at all because I was too busy doing life to write about life. […]Read More
Hi, everyone! I hope this has been a wonderful week for you. This week’s Friday Farm Blog is full of all of the projects that we’ve been doing. Now that it’s fall (even though it was 104 degrees one day this week) I’ve been feeling sort of domestic. I’ve been in a cooking mood this […]Read More
Fall is here, and it’s my favorite time of the year. The weather is just a little bit cooler, the days are a little bit shorter, and the beautiful change of scenery is welcome after a hot dry summer. Today’s Friday Farm Blog is all about fall. I heard from the publisher this week and […]Read More
This week, we got something special…at least for California. RAIN. I can’t describe how wonderful it was to listen to the raindrops on the roof for two whole days. Of course, rain here is just a sprinkle elsewhere but we’re still happy for every single drop. If you’ve never watched chickens and ducklings play keep-away […]Read More
September is flying by in a rush, isn’t it? I can’t believe that we’re almost to the last quarter of the year already! This was an eventful week with a lot to report on the Friday Farm Blog. I waited until my chicks were mature to see if I had any roosters, and it turns […]Read More
The ink is still wet on a brand new executive order that reads like a cross between the Reich’s Ministry of Enlightenment and Propaganda and George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth. Of course, in true propagandist form, President Obama isn’t calling it anything related to Nazi Germany or a dystopian novel. He’s calling it “Using […]Read More
This week was a busy one. First, it’s somehow about a million degrees Fahrenheit again. I guess someone missed the fact that September is autumn, but every day this week reached well over 100 degrees. I had readings as high as 107, so we had to work hard to keep our animals cool enough to […]Read More