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Author Archives: Kelli Miller
So without the farm business to share here, I’ve been left wondering what exactly to do in this space. I still have the desire to write. But what to write about now? As much as I like food, and I … Continue reading
Chicken nuggets were the star of supper tonight! 2 weeks post-Whole30, and I’ve fallen into a new normal. A really good new normal. And by “really good”, I mean really tasty. I decided to take the approach of eating “clean” … Continue reading
Sweet potato sausage hash I don’t remember how I even heard of the Whole 30 program, but I’d been thinking about trying it for a while now. I felt like my brain just wasn’t as sharp as it used to … Continue reading
My reminder of my 2016 One Little Word So when last we left off with this story, our cattle shed had collapsed and the future was uncertain. I can’t say as much has changed. The insurance did not come through. … Continue reading
I confess, I geek out a little bit every week when I get the email with my weekly blog stats. It’s just fun to see how many visitors I had, where they came from, and what they were looking for … Continue reading
“Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is.” ~ Mary Anne … Continue reading
Sharing some pictures of the Great Shed Collapse of 2015. The insurance guy was out. If they determine it was caused by snow, we get nothing. If they determine it was caused by wind, they will pay the claim but … Continue reading
‘Tis the season. New year, new reflections, new intentions. I’m one that tries to take the mindset that any day – every day – can be a new start. And yet I love me a good year-end reflection and dreaming … Continue reading
Titus watching the boys run water in the blizzard The last few months have been interesting around Sugar Creek Farm. For one thing, I sold out our on-the-hoof beef quarters. I didn’t mean to. Usually we keep around 3 head … Continue reading