Tag Archives: family
No, really. Did I call the current administration a “raging dumpster fire” last time around? It seems, over the last week, to have gotten even worse. Incredibly, horribly, worse. Unbelievably so. Apparently, “rock bottom” has a basement. So the administration … Continue reading
As I mentioned last time, this week we’re looking at car kits, but I diverge a little from the Family Survival Planning guide here. They start out well enough, giving their reasoning for having kits in your car, being basically … Continue reading
No, not that one. Or that one, either. The word I have in mind is “Lists.” Lists will first chain you, and hold you down. But then, eventually, the lists will set you free. The homestead is in a curious … Continue reading
An odd jumble of random thoughts and notes from the homestead: Some days, it’s hard to be a civilized, adult human being. Most of us manage it fairly well; a surprising number of us–not so much. If ever there was … Continue reading
Despite what you may be thinking, this isn’t primarily about politics. (The question certainly applies, though–in lots of different manners.) No, this was posed to me by a coworker, as we talked about the various goings-on and such on my … Continue reading
A little more intentional, this time. I’ll be back in the New Year–and I hope you will be, too. Happy Holidays!