Susan Berry





11/18/2013
Dreaming Big
10/29/2013
Susan finally learned to appreciate homemade mincemeat after becoming a homesteader and canner. Bringing back wonderful memories of childhood, mincemeat is now a holiday staple at her house.
9/10/2013
Learn to can your own homemade soups and always have a hot, hearty meal waiting in your pantry.
1/15/2014
Using old-fashioned gardening tools and methods.
10/9/2013
What happened to the crafts of the past?
3/6/2014
One of the first veggies of spring happens to be one of my favorites, peas.
1/16/2014
Make corned beef the way your mother used to make it.
8/30/2013
This post is about the prolific growth of the garden over 16 hot, wet July days when we were away on vacation in the Yukon.
7/30/2012
tree carvings, dogs made of staples, houses decorated to keep out the vagrants
12/4/2012
A letter to Santa requesting Christmas miracles
5/31/2012
At the end of any road can be a surprise, but especially on gravel roads.
6/18/2012
Riding a bike is not as easy as shown on TV commericals, it is a skill that should be left to children.
10/4/2012
Pretending to be what you are not does not mean you are crazy or insecure.
5/29/2012
Flags flying high at a local cemetery on Memorial Day weekend.
8/13/2012
What does this dream mean?
3/13/2013
Winter is finally ending and the hope of spring is in the garden.
12/21/2013
Starting over in the country.
2/12/2014
Starting over at any age is difficult; starting over in a different environment is exciting!
3/5/2014
Weather predictions - when is spring going to be here?
3/31/2014
The sounds in the country are far different than those of the cities.
7/2/2012
Watch out for the heat over this fourth of July. Don't be a hard-headed person like me.
6/28/2012
My first ghost was interesting but the next one is going to be intense.
5/22/2012
A look at some country mailbox owners displaying their creativity.
7/9/2012
Questioning why we still have zoos when it is available on-line and documentaries on TV.
10/22/2013
Sometimes you just need a friend to get you through the greatest challenges.




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