Life on the Homestead

          Getting ready to do a photo shoot for our new up and coming CD, "Farmer's Daughter"

                                                                   Here's your sign!

It's suppertime on the farm

Recording in the studio

Canning Corn...

...And a' shuckin' them corn husks

Green beans, pineapple, green tomatoes and corn for our winter storage so far.

For more on canning, check out our DVD "The Art of Canning" at

summer's bounty in the frying pan

And we had little visitors on our porch this afternoon!
Stay tuned for the cookbook and CD on our website


Mikailah said...

Love the pictures! :)

Busy mum of 3 said...

You are having comments now, how wonderful! Love your lifestyle, love your blog, I can't wait to buy your DVDs (as money allows) and as for the CD, I'll be first in line.

Love from an Aussie mum of 3

PS please post often, your blogs are so heartwarming and inspiring.

Marci said...

I love all the pictures of your garden and homestead. Looking forward to your new projects being released.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Such summer beauty!

I think the cookbook is going to be great!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Can't wait for the new cd!! Yea!!! Love the little chickies...And your summer's harvest looks wonderful - nothing prettier than canned goods set up! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

the Mrs. said...

I don't know how I fell onto your blog but feel blessed that I did. Beautiful.....well, everything :).

May I ask what the instrumental music is in the background? It just puts the heart at home....

Bless you!

Toyin O. said...

Great pictures, that vegetable dish and corn looks good:)

Johanna Rose said...

What a lovely life you ladies have out in TN.... You bring a smile to my face, when I view your pictures.

I love you girls, and all of your products, -- I hope you have another addition to the Homestead Blessing's Series on the way! *wink* I look forward to your new CD too....

Abundant Blessings,
~Johanna Rose~

Margo said...

lovely music.

never heard of home-canning corn. do you pressure-can it?

Lisa said...

Oh, such great news about a new CD!!! Our copy of Farther Along is almost worn out. Has become our family's favorite. Very excited about your cookbook, as well. Thanks so much for the update!
May the Lord bless your day!

Renata said...

I look forward to your new CD (now I know what to ask for at Christmas). Your other one is played regularly in our car! It sure is a blessing to us!

Lovely to see the pictures of your place - you sure have been busy!
Have a wonderful week

Anonymous said...

I also love the music on the is called Lexington is My Home and is the fifth song from the soundtrack from Randy Edelman and John Frizzel's score for the movie Gods and Generals, 2003.

Can't wait for the cookbook!

Kim said...

I need the DVD!

I am so happy to have found your blog! Just looking at this first post makes me happy! Thank you!

cathy hogue-indiana said...

how beautiful-sigh- with the music in the background, your pics are a book of example of how life is suppose to be. before i finished looking i had tears running down my face.what is so grand is that there is no need to impress,or worry about makeup and style. you are all perfect the way you are. it seems like the standards of the world are pushed out and god is asked to dinner. hooray!god bless you all. keep on being you. luv all of your products and music!