My blogging & vlogging will most likely be a little wacky over the next few days (who am I kidding… it’s always kind of left-fieldish), so bare with me while I stumble through a bunch of last minute messages, details and giveaway blah, blah, blah. Oh yes folks, I have another FLASH GIVEAWAY for you!
It’s been a busy time at the Borucki Farm. The kids are all out of school (I can’t believe Winona is off to high school next year!!), our flock of chickens has grown to 13 hens, and – like always – we’re running like lunatics with work and travel (though one of us is making
Snow White is either a liar or has been practicing black magic in her spare time. How else would she be able to commune with wild animals without being ripped limb from limb? Forest creatures are NOT cute and cuddly. They are cut-throat, vicious, murderous lunatics on a mission to destroy my innocent flock of
As usual, it’s been a crazy, busy, tiring, amazing and inspiring week around here. I haven’t talked about it much on video or on Facebook, but we’ve lost a couple more chickens to predators. Making the transition to real country living has been a challenging and sometimes heartbreaking ordeal. Luckily, I have the awesome Mr.
First Yummy Monday on BORUCKI FARM!!! It feels like an eternity since I made a BexLifeTV video, but in reality it’s only been a week. I’d like to say that I was spending the week enjoying our new home, but the truth is that I’ve been busier than ever! I was in NYC last Monday
For those of you who have been following my videos and blogs for a while (or for at least the past six months), you know that Justin and I have been on a mission to buy a new home on a larger piece of property. Long story short – the whole process has been marked
After watching this week’s video, you may be wondering why my chickens are still in the tiny backyard at my “old” house. I dread telling you this, but we are STILL not moved in to the new house. The sellers continue to be steeped in legal/title/deed drama, so we’re just sitting back and waiting patiently