When it came to what what my Husband and I wanted to do for the rest of our lives, we really struggled with making a decision; first we wanted to move to Florida. Then we wanted to (and almost did) move to Kentucky. Then we inherited 30 acres from my Mother-in-Law and he wanted to stay here. Then we wanted to move to Florida again. We’ve never really been able to make up our minds, but I’m happy to say that we finally have! Continue reading “From Orchard to All Out Homestead”
My Husband and I have been bouncing ideas around for the last few years concerning our future. Over the last couple of weeks or so, the drive to really solidify our future direction has intensified… But I am happy (and proud) to announce that, as of this morning, we’ve finally come to a conclusion. Continue reading “Anna Becomes an Orchardess”
While the interior of the house hasn’t changed too much over the last year, some things have indeed changed. I feel like an update is in order now that we are officially past the one year mark; can you believe that a year ago we started the renovations on the house? I know it’s been hard for me to imagine it.
Shrines are an integral part of my Practice regardless of where I am or what I’m doing. They always have been. I thought it was interesting, especially, to see how my Shrines have evolved over the course of just a year- and I wanted to share it with you all.
Talking about our home renovations with a friend not too long ago led to the realization that I was missing a room; that I actually hadn’t shared all of the renovations throughout the course of the process. Continue reading “Shrine Room Renovations”
Winter is coming! As much as we associate that phrase with Game of Thrones, however, I am talking about the season. Continue reading “Winterizing Our Household”
There are a number of mom-and-pop antique shops lining main street in the downtown area of our little town. I have memories of Sunday mornings with my father discovering all their hidden little treasures before heading off to the flea market. unfortunately most of them have closed their doors over the years, but a few still remain- a good thing for my Husband and I, too. You’ll never guess what we were lucky enough to find! Continue reading “Antique Treasures”
Being a Homeowner is a bit more rough than we anticipated; if it isn’t one thing, it’s certainly another.
Continue reading “Disaster Strikes (Again, and Again, and Again)”
Things have been chaotic for the last two months, but it is genuinely worth it when you can navigate your house without having to dodge boxes and extension chords!
Moving, while joyous, has also been a disaster so far. Human interaction is becoming increasingly less tolerable and more stressful by the minute. Continue reading “It’s Moving Day!”