Yes, I’m way overdue for a Farmhouse Kitchen update. As many of you are well aware, we’re now two months into our farmhouse kitchen remodel. As much as I wanted to take a sledge hammer to it all the moment we moved in, eventually I submitted to at least getting boxes unpacked before we starting
We are in the depths of full-on cottage styling here these days. Yes, there is a vegetable garden that needs to be weeded. Yes, the flower beds could use an extra layer of mulch. The pig pasture is currently only halfway done being fenced, I’m sure the chicken coop could use a cleaning, and lets
The ordinary. Hi. My name is Shaye. And I would like to share with you ordinary photographs from these past few days. Because – get this now – my life is ordinary. Y’all. I have four kids five and under. It’s so dang wonderful and so brutally hard. A clean house is a distant memory like a
Farm Kitchen Renovation: Part 1 Yes, kitchen renovation part 1. Because there are going to be at least half a dozen. Because this farm kitchen renovation is going to go on… and on… and on. We’ve barely scratched the surface, my friends. But even in the demolition that we’ve been under, it’s still a hundred
Life Snippets Daily snippets of life in our homesteading madness. Welcome to the party, rockstars.
I’ve got to cheer myself on with the progress that we’ve made in the house thus far – especially the vintage nursery we’ve been working on! We’ve been at The Cottage for about 14 weeks, and truly, I’m floored at how different it is already. Still lots (read: LOTS!) to do, but it’s been fun
Old houses, man. Always fun. Always exciting! Always full of crap you’re trying to do away with. Hence the covering popcorn ceilings with planks. Popcorn ceilings – who, who, WHO thought you’d be a good idea? I don’t appreciate your or your chunky nature. I don’t appreciate the goo and dust that gets stuck on
I promise, I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth! What I have been doing is moving a zillion animals, children, and boxes from here to kingdom come. And by kingdom come, I mean about 1.5 miles down the road from our old farm. But Lawdy – who knew that moving 1.5 miles from