Simple Life Sunday #37 Featuring Momentarily Missing

Simple Life Sunday Blog Hop

Thanks so much for joining me for Simple Life Sunday.  Grab your cup of tea or coffee and sit down with me and join me while I look through all the wonderful posts everyone has shared! Before you leave be sure to share one of your favorite posts.

Another CRAZY week in the wilderness here… SOOOO much to do this time of year….  My Momma In Law, Mountain Boy and I processed 75 lbs of carrots this week providing us with 74 quarts for the shelves, 2 gallon bags in the freezer and a nice meal!  I LOVE canning and spending that quality time with my family…  We will be processing our Chili Sauce /Salsa next along with our Hot Mustard, Hot Sauce and we also went adventuring to pick elderberries for jelly, syrup and dehydrated berries for this winters teas!  Elderberries are AMAZING and a great immune booster for the upcoming months!


I’d like to thank Kathi from Oak Hill Homestead once again for a GREAT post titled Momentarily Missing!  Kathi, BEAUTIFUL horses and we can totally relate.  I believe it is safe to say that we all experience a Houdini at times…  Our one goat does that periodically and one night this past spring we stayed the night out in the wilderness and I think our horse felt left out because on our trek back to the house we found the horse in a grassy field heading our way… 🙂   It keeps it real and interesting and also adds a couple extra beats to the heart beat…. How bout it?  Our animals are part of the family… 🙂  Thanks for sharing lovely lady and again BEAUTIFUL horses – wish we were closer I would suggest we get out and go for a ride together!!  Blessings to you and yours!

Thank you all for great post shares and another great post that I thoroughly enjoyed was What Is Your Mission? by Gregg – The Rural Economist.  Often times too Gregg, people don’t feel worthy or see their talents in the things they are incredibly good at!!   My Mountain Man and Mountain Boy are guilty of this and I try to encourage, praise and show them their amazing talents… 🙂

What are you folks canning right now and what kind of animal adventures have you had?

Thank you all for joining me today.

I look very forward to seeing what you will have to share this week!

Trayer Wilderness


God bless you and yours and may your day be filled with Simple Pleasures!

Tam (MWJ) ♥ <><


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12 thoughts on “Simple Life Sunday #37 Featuring Momentarily Missing

  1. Wow! I just finished up canning 25-pounds of carrots and thought that was quite an accomplishment and you tripled that! Very impressive. Thank you for hosting Simple Life Sunday! I am happy to join in this week and shared “5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter.”

    • My Dear Rachel – that was quite an accomplishment your 25 lbs!! I keep kickin it up a notch every year to keep up with my big eaters and I was blessed with extra helping hands so that also inspired the additional 25 lbs this year!! 🙂 We also canned 30 quarts of salsa and I have hot mustard, hot pepper jelly and hot sauce to do yet… 🙂 Tis the season and I will be canning our venison again this year as well… Blessings and keep doin what you are doin lovely lady!! Thanks so much for joining me…