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  1. I so enjoy reading your emails about farm life, homemaking, family, etc. Such a welcome read and happy to know this type of life is still being pursued.

  2. I stumbled on your site and am glad I did. I read your article “Every wise women part 2”. I’m an older women who had the life you are living. We had six acres and I had a very large garden with apple and plum trees. We raised pigs once, chickens and had a beef steer. My husband was able to hunt for our meat as well. I canned everything that I grew and picked at an orchard for fruit I didn’t have. We fished and canned that as well. Fresh milk from our neighbor and was able to make our butter from the milk. I was blessed to be a stay-at-home mom to three wonderful children. I learned a lot from the older women who lived there and tried to pass my wisdom/learning to my children. Now that our children have families of their own and we are retired we have moved where we can just relax. I am so glad that some of the younger generation is finding the joy of being a wife and mother and raising their own children at home. I also love how you point out that God has designed women to be a mother and wife and that being a homemaker is wonderful and not something to be ashamed of. Homemakers handle more then cleaning. We raise children to be productive people and help to others. A value of a homemaker can’t be priced because we do so many jobs, cooking, cleaning, manage money, child care, nurse, and counselor to name just a few. Keep up the good work and God bless.

    1. Thank you Karen, this might be the most encouraging comment of all time! I love to hear about your life and family! Thank you so much for taking the time to encourage me!

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