From the dirt to our plate; the trials and realities of first-time farm ownership

…been a while.

Yes, it has been a while but oh Lordy has life been busy!  Not only am I doing some online class work but I’m also trying to get some things done around the house before spring, working on Wood, Wine & Redesign items AND still sharing the wonders of essential oils via Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/adropintheglass/

Milo is doing well regulating his feline diabetes.  We reached a high peak after our Mexican vacation but right now he’s sliding down into the low 100’s with only one dose of insulin per day (either 1 unit, 1/2 unit).  In fact, over the last 3 days he’s not required insulin at all which really kinda blows my mind at this point.

The garden…eeesh I haven’t had time to even look at my planner for spring yet!  I will need to get a move on it so I can order seeds and think about starting some seedlings as we creep closer to March & April.

Oh!  And more great news…I’m finally seeing some citrus blossoms in the greenhouse!  I’M SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS!!!  I’ve had these plants for about 1 year and finally something is happening.   I’ll keep you updated.

I’ve been trying out quite a few different recipes here and there…some with disastrous results which I will eventually share with you.  If you’ve ever wondered about magnesium oil, I will share my experience with it.

Today, it’s just about checking in and saying I’m still alive! Life is great!

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