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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.
Oh how CRAZY things are here in the wilderness…. We are running around like chickens with our heads cutoff…. This BIG project is still consuming our time and we are working on SO many new things for the holidays and the new year. This year has just FLOWN by and we are already preparing for the winter months – getting in our harvest, getting in our firewood, canning whatever we can get our hands on, foraging our honey, getting our raw ingredients stocked up for winter, getting our teas ready for the long winter months and making sure we have enough food for the animals. I am excited to announce that our milk goats are expecting and we will have young in January sometime…
The Mountain Boy and I were slicing and dicing again in the kitchen yesterday, making Hot Pepper Mustard, Trayer Wilderness Hot Sauce and Hot Pepper Jelly. That task is completed with the exception of the Trayer Wilderness Hot Sauce which must now sit for two weeks before canning to allow it to get hottttter!! 🙂 SO much going on, but also SO gratifying with all our accomplishments. I LOVE this time of year and LOVE anything and everything pumpkin…. There were some GREAT posts with pumpkin recipes that I have added to my collection and I encourage you to check them out and a BIG thank you to those and ALL contributors….. There are SOOO many GREAT posts this week…
I wanted to take the time to thank Rhonda from The Farmer’s Lamp for sharing her post titled 10 Tips From My Great-Grandmother’s Kitchen. These are AMAZING tips… It is always good to learn new things and to be able to pass along tips like these from one generation to the next and as Rhonda mentioned to be able to share those memories of times past spent with Great Grandparent’s is a very priceless memory…. Thank you Rhonda for sharing… Blessings to you and yours!!
If you have Great Grandparent’s still alive and Grandparent’s you need to take every moment you get and talk with them…. Pick their brains, ask them to share as much as they can with you…. They are such a wealth of information, don’t miss your opportunity….
Can I ask that you keep the Mountain Man in your prayers? He is working diligently on this BIG project and he needs prayers for safety please!
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Thank you all for joining me today.
I look very forward to seeing what you will have to share this week!
God bless you and yours and may your day be filled with Simple Pleasures!
Tam (MWJ) ♥ <><
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