Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, an aunt, uncle, sister or brother, every holiday is filled with memories and moments that help us cherish what is past,
and what we will pass down to children.
Each time I get this bunny candy dish out, I can't help think of my Mimi. She was always creating something, whether it was her china painting or ceramics, crocheting a beautiful afghan, canning jams and jellies, or making one of her extraordinary quilts which I still cherish. She made this bunny candy dish for me when I was a young woman, and to this day it puts a smile on my face every time
I retrieve a jelly bean.
Take the time during this holiday week to make memories for your family.
Spring is here, and all of us at One Ash Farm and Dairy are feeling so blessed and thankful for the new life all around us. One of the things we always love to do this time of year is raise chicks. Whether we incubate them, or have them sent from the hatchery, it's always a sign of spring for us to see those little fluff balls grow and flourish into our next egg laying hens.
It's not hard to raise chicks, and Living the Country Life has put together a short, easy to read and follow guide on how to raise chicks frugally and simply.