Reusable Sweeper Covers

Our reusable sweeper covers have become very popular over the last few years. We are so very blessed that you have shared them and the crochet pattern with so many people on Facebook and beyond.  We are extremely grateful to all of you. I get questions about them all the time. So I wanted to share with you some tips and tricks so you can get the most out of your sweeper covers. These reusable cotton covers work great when used dry. They pick up all kinds of grit, grime, and definitely hair balls whether its the human kind or from your furry friends. TheyRead More →

Guernsey Girl Creamery - Raw Milk Not For Human Consumption

Raw Milk is not always easy to find especially in North Carolina.  I remember having a very hard time finding it when I first started looking.  It wasn’t openly discussed.  Farmers are nervous about advertising it sometimes.  And some farmers aren’t, thankfully.  Farmers in North Carolina have to sell it for Pet Consumption Only.  Here are a few farms in my area that openly sell it.  I found the info on their Facebook pages where anyone can find it.   The reason I’m posting this today is that I had someone contact me today asking if I knew where they might be able to buy someRead More →

We are starting our Christmas Sale a little early this year. We are giving away a Free Gift Set to every customer who spends $75 or more in our Etsy shop from now until November 30, 2016 @ 11:59pm.  All you have to do is use coupon code MERRY75.  You will also receive free shipping with US orders only. We always have Free Shipping for customers who spend $50 or more in our Etsy Shop.  Just use coupon code FREESHIPPING. This is the type of gift set that you will get for free.  It’s a $15 value.  You can select the color of crocheted itemsRead More →

    Sweet potatoes are so delicious and sweet, even without all the sugar.  It really makes it interesting when you get to choose from all the different colors that are available today.  Maybe they aren’t available in most grocery stores but you can definitely find different colors at the farmers markets and possibly at healthy grocery stores such as Whole Foods and EarthFare. I have fallen in love with the many different varieties of sweet potatoes.  It’s so neat to see and taste the difference. Todd and I were lucky enough to find a small farmer in our area that grows the varieties ofRead More →

Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil

There has been some extremely big accusations about the Green Pastures Fermented Cod Liver Oil that came out over the weekend. Dr. Kaayla T. Daniels published a report, Hook, Line, and Stinker! The Truth about Fermented Cod Liver Oil which you can download here for free. You will have to put in your email address to get this free report though. This report alleges rancidity, using pollock livers instead of cod livers, and lowered levels of vitamins just to name a few. Dr. Kaayla T. Daniels is the Vice President of the Weston A. Price Foundation and received the Weston A. Price Foundation’s Integrity inRead More →

I keep forgetting to add these CSA pictures to the website. So, I’ve got two weeks to tell you about. Week 3 – May 26, 2015 Chinese Cabbage Dinosaur Kale (aka Lacinato or Black Kale) Red Russian Kale Hakurei Salad Turnips Green Onions Sweet Potatoes – 2lbs Snap Peas Week 4 – June 2, 2015 Bok Choy – 2 heads Greens Mix – 3 types of kale & swiss chard Green Onions Hakurei Salad Turnips Radishes Snap Peas – 1 1/2 lbs Snow Peas – 3/4 lb Broccoli Florets – a small amount Cauliflower – 1-2 heads depending on sizeRead More →

This is the second week of our CSA or community supported agriculture program.  We can’t wait to see what the rest of this season has in store.  Rain would be nice though. 🙂 Okay, without further ado.  Here’s our week 2 CSA share!Read More →

Okay, so I totally forgot to post a picture of our CSA share last week.  You can’t blame me too much since it was the first week of our Community Supported Agriculture program for the 2015 season.  So, in case your curious, here it is.Read More →