Tag Archive | home canning

Summer Ramblings

So much to catch up on since my last post! Last time I wrote I was still feeling the effects of having had Covid. Then I had to finish out the school year. After that I took on two weeks of summer school. All the while, of course, working on the yard and garden, etc. […]

Everything’s Coming Up Peaches

  August is such a busy time of year! As I mention in some of my author bios, each year I pick and can 75-100 pounds of peaches. I eat the canned peaches during the winter as part of my breakfast. Though I come from a farm family and get a lot of my produce […]

My Favorite Time of Year on the Farm

Yesterday I went out to the farm where I grew up. I go most every Sunday to visit Mom and Dad. In the summer, I also go to visit the farm. Or more accurately, to graze. I started at the raspberries, but since I have so many of my own at home I just plucked […]

I Can See June From Here

The empty jars on the basement shelves are outnumbering the full ones, the freezer shelves once stuffed  are now scant,  the bin potatoes are shriveled and spongy, but hope is on the way, I think that’s June I see around the corner. Yes, the lettuce has been profuse and we’ve had our share of asparagus, […]