Today marks 100 days of life and 100 posts. I am often asked how I find the time to keep up with this blog. The secret is priorities. We are all given the same 24 hour days and we fill that time with choices. Writing this every day takes me about ten minutes. That's ten minutes less of TV or sleep or anything else I could choose to do during that time, but it's worth it to me. It's hard for me to believe people when they say the don't have the time to do something, when we always make the time for the most important things. Once again, it's all about priorities.
As the days are getting longer, my priorities are changing too. And as for the next 100 days and beyond I plan on continuing the blog, but probably on a every other day or so basis. I expect the next 100 days to be filled with gardening, recycling clothes, bartering, harvesting, cooking, sewing, and lots and lots of time outside with Josh and Ben. Other summer possibilities in the works include soda pop making, sheep, barn repair, chicken coup painting, lean-to building, well house building, canning, and way more than what we'll probably make the time to do. I'm sure I'll have plenty to share and pictures all along the way.