It is so good to be home

Last 24 hrs – I first want to apologize to those who have been looking for the daily blog posts. I was out of town attending a leadership school for the Army. In order to maintain Operational Security (OPSEC), meaning didn’t want to advertise to the world I wasn’t home, I thought it best not to post anything. With that said, I am back and back to work and working on the homestead. It was so great to come back home to our little homestead after being gone for two weeks. I was in central Arkansas, and while it was beautiful down there, there truly is no place like home. Especially, when you live in Kansas, pun intended. My amazing wife had the house all cleaned up and had a gorgeous roast with all the trimmings in the crockpot, it was awesome. We spent all weekend working around the house. We did a whole lot of cleaning, organizing, and getting rid of junk. The recycling was taken to the Recycle Center, and we helped my Mom get rid of some stuff. Then I borrowed a log splitter and mulcher from my cousin. The rest of the weekend was spent primarily splitting and stacking firewood. It is a wonderful feeling to know that we have family that will help us out, and that we can in turn help them as well.  One final note, the Podcast has reached over 140 downloads and I want to thank all of you who have downloaded and listened to the Big Rule of 3 Podcast. I sincerely hope that you enjoy it and I look forward to continuing to produce the show every week.

Next 24 hrs – I have to get Episode 006 edited and published. In addition, we still have some more firewood that needs put up. We have the potential for some bad weather this week, so this will be a good time to re-check the storm shelter and make sure it is ready, just in case we need it.

Thoughts and Concerns – A huge loving thank you to my Wife who supports me in my career and in our homesteading project, without her life would not be possible.

Quotes of the day – “If we could learn to balance rest against effort, calmness against strain, quiet against turmoil, , we would assure ourselves of joy in living and psychological health for life.” Josephine Rathbone (was a librarian, library educator, author, and president of the American Library Association in 1931–32.)

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