By Shannon Salas
Shannon Salas lives on a small homestead in North Texas with her husband and three children. She grew up enjoying the country life in Northern New York State, then later in Wisconsin. She loves to travel and, upon visiting Texas, she instantly fell in love. To her mother's dismay, Shannon moved to Texas as fast as she could! She is a stay-at-home mom who spends her days homeschooling her children, blogging, and taking care of the homestead. She enjoys spending time with her ever-growing population of goats and tending her garden. At an early age, Shannon learned from her mother how to preserve her garden harvest through canning, freezing, and dehydrating fruits and vegetables. In addition, she enjoys whipping up creative new recipes. Shannon is the owner of the blog Three Peas and a Goat. She has loved to write since she was old enough to hold a crayon and she hopes to continue expanding her writing career through various blogs, magazines, and by possibly publishing a book or two.
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