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By Josh Emory

Big news in the Louisiana/East Texas region! The new store in Winnfield, LA will be opening within days of you reading this. The team is super excited to move into a new facility that will allow them to WOW our guests just that much more. 306 more words

Director's Direction

More Foraged Favorites

Our dear Tori is a master forager.  She’ll steal unreservedly from the melon and berry patches to the fig and mulberry trees, to even the unripe cucumbers and squashes. 918 more words

Agorism, Gardening, Homesteading

Collective Utopia vs. Private Idaho

I lost my last hive just a few weeks ago, mysteriously.  They dutifully pollinated the pears before their departure, sweet little creatures they are.  Unfortunately, they didn’t leave a note, or much clue.  792 more words

Agorism, Gardening, Homesteading


Palestine, Texas, population 18,000, might seem like an unusual choice for a couple’s last getaway before becoming parents.

Here’s what happened.

Originally, I considered all kinds of options. 665 more words


Snippets from my WIP

Mere is an 18 year old girl living in Titusville, a charming little town in east Texas dating back to the Civil War. A tourist attraction with antique malls and quaint boutiques selling handmade linens, soaps and lotions, jellies, jams and syrup. 116 more words

East Texas

Secrets, Lies, and Crawfish Pies by Abby L. Vandiver

Thank you to Henery Press and NetGalley for an early review copy of Secrets, Lies, and Crawfish Pies by Abby L Vandiver, which will publish June 12, 2018. 186 more words

Good Friday

It is a good day and not just because it’s Friday.

Out with my Hunny Bun loving some Texas history. This is what Sadie and Ollie’s cabin would’a looked like. 15 more words

IC Warrior