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Hello Friends, welcome to my blog.

Quick disclaimer:  I am not perfect, I have many flaws, I do not have all the answers, but I do know this…I am willing to learn, grow, and be used of God in what ever way He allows.  That means I am open to what ever adventure life has in store and I will choose Joy.

When I first met my husband Mark, I was a broken mess.  I had tons of baggage from my past, I was an utter slob, I could not cook or clean for the life of me.  I was crabby and depressed almost all the time.  I was public schooled and a graduate from a prestigious university because that was what I thought gave me value at the time.  I decided to follow Jesus when I was around 15 years old.  I sat under strange doctrines and wavered in my faith at times.  Discontentment came easy for me as I always searched for the next fix.  After going through many trials in life and being willing to follow my husbands lead, I have grown to a place where my faith is rock solid.  God has worked many miracles into my life and I can not even believe how much mercy and grace I have been shown.  When I look back and see how God can make a broken mess like me truly new, truly pure, and forgive me, I know He is a Living God who really cares.  And now, through all those many cracks, His light shines to give others hope that anything is possible.  If it is possible for me to be changed from worthless to virtuous, it is possible for anyone!

So I urge you to grow right where you are planted.  Find Joy and contentment where ever you are right now, what ever your circumstance may be.  That is where real JOY begins.

~Erin Harrison


These are some of the products I lovingly created with my family…

Homesteading for Beginners DVD series is a project we filmed while living life on the homestead.

These are a few of my favorite things…

~spending time with my husband and children working, talking, or playing.
~tea parties with my girls.  Talking with them about being a wife and mother is such a gift.
~cooking meals from scratch using homegrown ingredients from our homestead.
~homemaking (sewing, cleaning, organizing, cooking, baking, making crafts, making cheese)
~raising animals.
~gardening.
~drawing and painting pictures.
~homestead life.
~antiques and anything old fashioned.
~singing and playing instruments.
~homeschooling and learning.
~fellowship.  Spending time with family and friends.
~popcorn and movie night with my family.

 

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