No matter how many blogs I’ve started, or how clear my vision is, the first post is always an awkward one. It never seems right to just drop a reader into content with out any background or pretext, yet each blog post should essentially be able to stand on it’s own.
Instead, I’ll give you a little bit of a skeleton, something of a rude attempt at a class syllabus. For a while I was posting on another blog that focused primarily on homesteading with a little bit of homeschooling, but I sort of fell off, partly due to spring and the hubbub it brings planting seeds and tilling the garden, but also because I started to lag behind and decided just to call it quits. I also plan on interjecting some liberty minded posts as this concept seems to be a great underlying theme to what we’re actually attempting to do through our homeschooling and homesteading. I will begin by reposting and editing some of the older blog posts, so if you’ve seen them before, apologies.
At the top of the page there is a tab “for sale and trade” this is a tab that will start to accumulate a list of things we have for sale. For the most part this will be varieties of heirloom seeds that we’ve grown and had success with in Middle Georgia. We are open to trading or accepting other types of non-fiat currency, (as well as fiat currency).