There is something therapeutic about tending a garden. Getting on your knees for weeding. Watching new plants sprout before your eyes. Removing old plants to make room for new ones. Testing your body's strength with hard work. Eating veggies from the garden that you tended, labored over, waited for patiently. Yes, the garden is a … Continue reading Garden Therapy: A Journey of Faith
When we first moved to our land we wanted to start with small livestock. We both worked full time in town and had a toddler, so we needed an easy animal to care for. Most people would start with chickens. But Little Monster was allergic to eggs, so it didn’t make sense to get an … Continue reading Why Rabbits?
While I have been reassured of my faith throughout my grieving process, I still have to deal with the ugly side of grief. Anger, frustration, despair, guilt, failure. At the risk of being extremely vulnerable, I feel the need to share this ugly side in addition to the side of peace and thankfulness that I … Continue reading The Ugly Side of Grief: A Journey of Faith