From the Farm Blog Hop… June 24

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Hello! Happy Friday and happy From the Farm Blog Hop day! I am just now realizing that it has pretty much been a month since we’ve seen each other here! Did you miss me? I’ve missed you guys!!!

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I have been insanely busy these past few weeks. I helped chaperone the sixth grade field trip to Washington, DC. It was an amazing experience for the kids!

Then we went on to talent shows, and school picnics. The Pixie was the baby wildebeest in our school’s production of the Lion King and had her ballet recital. And then the Boy graduated from sixth grade… and our wonderful school–tears all around. Even though the Pixie will be back there next fall, many families graduated their youngest this week–and not everyone is going to the same high school next year.

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Consequently, I have done almost no blogging. And, to be honest, very little housekeeping! Cleaning the disaster that has become my house (how big to they have to be before dust bunnies actually take on lives of their own?) is next on my “to do” list today. Yuck.

But enough of that. Because it’s time for another round of From The Farm where we love to see your ideas on how to garden, homestead, or any DIY tips and tricks. Last Week’s Top 3 Favorites, as chosen by YOU:

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Warmly,Your From the Farm Blog Hop Co-Hosts: The Homesteading Hippy | The Homestead LadyStony Acres
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One Response to From the Farm Blog Hop… June 24

  1. It’s been insanely busy with us here in NE Texas as well, but I’m so happy to see you’re back! Looks like there are lots of good contributions this week, can’t wait to dig in. I’m sharing: Our Beginning Beekeeping Series – Inspecting The Hives; and An Awesome, Light, Fluffy Sandwich Bread Recipe; and finally An Easy (and BEAUTIFUL) Window Treatment By Adding Lace Directly To The Glass! Love the hop, thanks for hosting.

    ~Taylor-Made Homestead~

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