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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Blogging Vacation

I often go back and forth on keeping my blog. I love to keep a record of our journey and what I've been up to, but I feel like I have too many irons in the fire right now. So instead of stopping completely, I've just decided to take a little vacation from blogging. You can still keep up with what we are up to from my husband's blog, and there is also a link in his side bar that will show when I'm back. Hopefully when I am back I can share pictures of what I did on vacation. :)

11 comments:

Tim said...

Boo! How will we be able to show baby what it's like starting your own farm without having your blog??? Some of us have to live vicariously, you know!

Nance said...

Boo hoo!

We will miss you -- but we know spring and summer are busy, busy, times of year.

We will look forward to meeting up with you again in the fall. Take care!

Julie said...

I don't know whether you'll get this, but I'm hoping so. I am wondering if my parents have poision ivy growing in a wooded area of their lot (yard). Mom said, you know who will know is the Beginning Farmer's Wife. I've posted about it here (5/31 post)
http://octobereves.blogspot.com/
If you have a second to visit and let me know, I'd appreciate it!
I hope you're getting lots done on the farm.
Julie

Julie said...

THANK YOU BECCA! Mom was doubtful. Thank you for visiting my blog. Looking forward to when time allows you to return blogging.
Julie

Janice said...

I totally understand...I'm taking a break from blogging too. My husband & I are going through a trial right now so I just don't fee like doing one. I said a little goodbye on my blog too.
Hope to see you soon.

Julie said...

I don't believe you have a link for email, so I'm posting this as a comment. I thought you might enjoy reading this...
http://thedermblog.com/2009/06/17/poison-ivy-and-poison-oak-treatment/
Julie

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John said...

Tell me what you are canning? I really miss your (Ethan and you) adventures.

John

Nance said...

hope you can jump back on sometime. Know 3 little ones are keeping you busy . . . but we miss you!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the posting on canning pinto beans. I'm going to do it this weekend. You need to think about making your own laundry soap too. It's easy, cheap, and works. I found a great recipe on www.thefamilyhomestead.com and others at tipnut.com. Thanks again

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