The internet is, truly, a wonderful place. It is an endless fountain of information that can help any dedicated individual learn just about anything they put their time into. In fact, just about everything I know (crafting-wise) was self-taught through YouTube and well-written tutorials. Rabbit farming, sewing, baking, cookie and cake art… all of that […]Read More Sewing Lesson #1: Don’t Listen to Snooty Hags
I mentioned in my previous post that my kids were working on their own little “businesses.” Now, before anyone mentally jumps down my throat, I will quickly clarify some things: 1) No, I am not exploiting my kids. 2) Yes, they enjoy it. 3) Yes, they have free time. This is a large part of their schooling, […]Read More It’s Never too Early to Teach Your Kids Ethical Business Practices.
It has been a hot, drippy minute since I last updated here… and boy, do I mean DRIPPY. It’s mid-September and still well over 100 degrees here. I can only sweat so much! I am, admittedly, positively sick of this heat. I don’t do well in summer weather. My kids don’t. My rabbits don’t. It’s too much. […]Read More I’ll Catch Up Eventually.