Follow along with our young family's rehomesteading adventures!
Close this search box.

I took this picture several weeks ago as I scrambled in the dark to finish some landscaping.  Rain was imminent the following day and I for one didn’t want to try to shovel mud out of the way to plant bushes.

I didn’t intend the picture to be a creepy Peeping Tom sort of photo but a way to give perspective on our home.  There is nothing special about the shot, nothing but ordinary–toys scattered on the floor, the television’s on, nobody’s posing–but what sticks out to me are the rooms encompassing the cheery family.  Lately, the house has been transforming at a rate that I am beginning to forget what a decrepit shanty it was only a few years ago. Usually, I’m a bit sentimental about change but in this case, I am more than happy to leave the home’s trying past behind.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About Us

Our budding family

Welcome to the farm!

True stories of raising children, remodeling, braving the elements and plotting out life, all while living on a humble acreage in central Indiana.

We Believe


Subscribe to Our New Posts

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.