“I’ve got country in my genes.” Loretta Lynn I lived in the suburbs for a year now, after about six years on a farm. I grew up in the suburbs, yes, but it never felt like home. Although I did spend much of my time on horse farms, which perhaps influenced me a bit. ButContinue reading “You Can’t Take the Country Out of The Girl”
So, I must admit that I am not much of a cook. Well, not yet anyway! It is a skill I am slowly but surely working to improve upon. I also spent much of young adult life as a vegetarian, only adding meat back in a little over a year ago. Thus, cooking meat isContinue reading “Cornish Game Hen”
I have a confession…. I have a huge appetite! I am just not one of those girls who has a dainty, aesthetically pleasing smoothie bowl for breakfast. I like eggs, bacon, potatoes; basically, I eat breakfast like a cattle rancher many mornings. Especially in the winter! A hearty breakfast gets me through a cold morning atContinue reading “A Not So Dainty Breakfast”
Am I really starting a homemaking blog? Okay, I plan to post about other things too, but homemaking will be a big part of it. But really, who am I to start a homemaking blog? Anyone who knows me in real life knows that I have never been what one would call “domestic.” In fact,Continue reading “A Homemaking Blog?”
It’s a new year, and a perfect time to set new goals! The week between Christmas and the New Year can be a little tricky, as many of us are somewhat working somewhat in vacation mode. However, I love using that week to reflect on my year, and set goals for the coming year. InContinue reading “Happy New Year”
Let’s talk Christmas decorations. Okay, so I know most of you have probably already decorated for Christmas by this point! But these tips could go toward next year. After all, those after Christmas sales are about to hit! Choosing a theme and color scheme Someone gave me advice a few years ago to choose aContinue reading “Feeling Like Christmas”
Welcome to Modern Farm Making! My name is Laurel, I am an equestrian, soon to be nurse (but more on that later), blogger, and country girl at heart living in the suburbs!