Front Porch Friday – It’s a Blog Hop!
PreparednessMama and MamaKautz are teaming up for another Front Porch Friday. Won’t you join us?
This weeks featured posts are:
Shelle PreparednessMama likes this post from The Rural Economist – 13 Things We Need to Learn from Our Ancestors. ‘Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without.’ is a great saying, even for today.
As Gregg says: The memories of our ancestors time shaped their entire lives and how they looked at the things they owned. His great grandmothers were all adults during the Great Depression, so they saw things from a different light as well. He shares a few nuggets of wisdom they taught him, the first being – The Little Things Matter. Please head on over and read this excellent reminder about self-reliance.
Mama K chose Healing Salve by Joyful Widow. Never have enough DIY recipes!
On with the Hop –
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Susan Godfrey says
Thank you so much for featuring my healing salve recipe on Front Porch Friday! I am so honored!
Amy @Home & Farm Sense says
I loved your pick for the best previous post. There is so much wisdom in what The Rural Economist said. I know its extremely easy to not be careful with what we own nowadays because there is so much abundance out there. Its definitely a lesson we need to learn…:)