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Share Your Creativity with the Community on Fundraiser Night!

The theme of this year’s SWCS fundraiser is community — and what an awesome one we have!

Our ranks are filled with artists, makers, growers and creators. 133 more words


Sometimes it takes extra hands and heart

February came in like a very muddy Lamb. Our driveway is squishy and sloppy, the chicken eggs are muddy, and the cattle are excited by the warm temperatures but are wondering where the beautiful Spring green grass is that usually accompanies these warm temps. 976 more words

To Do List - February

It’s midway through February and I have just about got through all the allotment activities I listed for January. What a busy month it has been so far, the year seems to be flying by already. 529 more words


Thy cup runneth over.

A morning of late summer rain, filling me with delight like never before. In a moment or two of peace and quiet, I venture outside in coat and boots to assess the ever increasing bounty that awaits just across the sprawling lawn. 200 more words

Law Of Attraction

Eggless Omelette

One of the best breakfasts I’ve had in a while. It’s simple, flavorful and light (but filling). Packed with saut√©ed kale, red pepper, onion, tomatoes and fresh herbs. 11 more words

Sowing seeds - 5 questions to ask before you buy

It is still winter here, although the snow has melted day time temperatures¬† are just above freezing so I’m relying on the seed catalogues and trips to garden nurseries to fuel my desires for trying my hand at seed sowing. 429 more words

Growing A Garden

Herb and Parmesan Savory French Toast (Gluten-free!)

If you are on a special diet, whether by choice, or by medical necessity, you know that it is sometimes it’s hard to find good and tasty food to satisfy those food cravings. 802 more words