Tuesday it was all about cookies love. I baked a batch of chocolate chip love cookies for Valentine’s Day. While the cookies were baking, the cat, the dog, and the chicken slept peacefully. But the minute the cookies were done baking – Winter popped up and said are they ready? Chocolate Chip Pecan Love Cookies… Continue reading Love cookies and a great big cock-a-doodle-do
I run a small – very small honor system farm stand at the edge of our farm. I sell fresh eggs from our chickens and cottage style flowers I grow in our gardens. Sometimes I sell my handmade items too. This year I hope to expand the offerings.
Corkscrew Swamp isn’t a swamp for all the cork from my wine drinking. Mr. Cottage and I along with Father Cottage took a vacation back in the fall of 2016, we journeyed to South West Florida. During our time there, we went on a day trip, just east of Naples, to The Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp. A… Continue reading Corkscrew Swamp
Here we are, almost at the end of January and I realize it has been quite some time since I last updated on our renovation progress. Mostly, because the work has been at a standstill for quite some time now. Even though the addition was started a year ago, it has not felt like it… Continue reading Farmhouse Renovations and Farm lessons
Back in October, I decided to preserve some of the last flowers of the season from our gardens, by means of pressing. I went out to the gardens and cut the best-looking cosmos.
These seed packets jumped into my shopping cart the other day. I’ve been reading the seed catalogs and dreaming about what I will plant in the garden this year. Ah spring, I’m looking forward to welcoming you. Right now, though, it is very cold out and we are under a blanket of snow. Our pipes… Continue reading under the magic blanket
In the night, on December 8th, Mr. Cottage and I became chicken grandparents. Our little hen, Daisy only 8 months old herself hatched her first chick. Daisy was terribly weak and unable to stand or walk because of her 21 days of sitting and not eating or drinking. I knew I needed to help her out.