September 18, 2017 Community News from My Homestead Life

Published: Mon, 09/18/17

My Homestead Life Community News

We're happier than a frog in a forest full of flies that you're here.
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Well, we survived the hurricane with minimum damage.
Lots of tree limbs, lost power, isolated coastal flooding.
No complaints at all though, we were very fortunate. 

Like many, we are picking up where we left off before the storm but keeping our hurricane preps close by because the Atlantic is very busy this year. 

We are getting our garden ready for cooler temps, planting some fall crops (especially garlic) and hoping for a harvest before we move. 

One exciting thing I do have in the works is opening an online store with all our homemade all-natural goods. 
This has been a desire of mine for a long time and I am happy to see it come into fruition.  
I'm looking forward to sharing this with you next week and would greatly appreciate any input or advice. 

Southern' Sayin' Of The Week:

"If brains was dynamite, ya wouldn't have enuff to blow yer nose! "

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Embrace our faults and failures. Own them. But above all, allow yourself GRACE. 

Our goal is to invite you to join us from conception to completion and form a Community of like-minded people to share this adventure with.  
Amber B
May your gardens be green and your land be fertile 

From Our Homestead to Yours,
Amber B
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