Simple Living Wednesday Link Up!

The merry, merry month of May is a busy, busy time for me.  My mind is whirling as I write this of all the things I have to do!  Sometimes, I have to force myself to focus on just one thing at a time or I will get overwhelmed.  Multitasking comes with the territory, but when these tasks are all quite big, like planting and maintaining a total of 25,000 square feet of garden, planning and preparing for a Memorial Day Campout here at the farm with our church and to top it off, my daughter is graduating from the Shock Farm Academy shortly after the campout!

I thrive on mulitasking!  I have ten tabs at the top of my computer right now, usually more.  That’s how my mind works.  Anyway, I’m looking forward to these grand events and can’t wait to share pictures later!

It’s link up time!  I’m always excited to see what you all have to share!  My simple rules are:
  Link your post(s) back to Our Simple Farm and please read some of the other wonderful posts that everyone else has linked.  And, of course, keep it family friendly.

You can post as many as you want.  

Ideas include anything having to do with homesteading, biblical living, sustainable farming, bartering, income ideas, homemaking, homeschooling, DIY projects, recipes, gardening, frugal ideas and anything else you think would fit!  I would love for you to grab my button too!

Grab my button!

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6 comments on “Simple Living Wednesday Link Up!

  1. Congrats on the upcoming graduation of your daughter! How exciting. 🙂 May is always such a crazy busy month, but would you have it any other way?

    Sharing a collection of six healthy muffin recipes perfect for the coming berry picking season — enjoy!

  2. I stumbled across your blog yesterday and am so happy I did. I look forward to exploring it some more. My blog is also about a simpler life full of farming, holistic healing, and real food. I shared several posts today. Hope you enjoy! Thanks for offering this link up!

  3. Thanks so much for hosting today! Spring is such a busy time, but I think you are right, sometimes we just thrive on being this busy and when everything is done we get to look back and enjoy all we have accomplished. Have a wonderful week:)

  4. Thanks for hosting – another week of great posts! I have never eaten chard before and the ground turkey and chard patties have me intrigued! (#7 chard). Thanks again!

  5. I am number 42 this week, Chickens and Keynesian Economics, which talks about what "experts" say we can and cannot do, and how we can gain the confidence to do what we think is right — like choose the chicken breed we really, really want.

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