Monthly Archives: November 2017

Some posts are harder to write than others.  But some stories need to be told and you’ve all been following along for long enough that you probably would want to know. My parents sold the farm and moved!  Dad, after farming here since 1974, has officially retired.  My parents have been my closest neighbours for […]

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When it comes to decorating my home, I’m all over the map.  But today, I want to look at one specific style, Boho or Bohemian, and how I work that style into my farmhouse. I’m drawn to lots of different styles and looks.  And I know I can’t have them all.  So, how do I […]

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Today we’re chatting with Nicole of Oh Mother Care Kits. It’s fun to get to know someone you only know via social media.  And the neat thing I learned? She’s a Pictou County girl, too, and we even went to the same high school! { Years apart, mind you….I was long done by the time […]

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Learning new skills is always fun.  Especially when it involves glorious wool and friends, both new and old. Instagram is great for introducing you to lots of great talent.  I’m not sure when I started following House of Woolly Thyme { you can follow her, too HERE and see her website HERE } but her weavings […]

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We live in Atlantic Canada and Maple Syrup is a huge part our of culture, right?  I love me some maple syrup and the old sap buckets are plentiful and so handy!   I’m excited to announce a new partnership happening here on the blog with one of my favourite stores – Phillips & Chestnut!  I […]

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