Saturday, March 24, 2012

Next week.

This month has flown by! I try not to do short posts, but this one is because I won't be able to update until next week...Please continue to stop by-- I look forward to updating with lots of photos from the homestead, and also answering any questions you may have :)
Talk to you soon my dear readers,
*Mia

23 comments:

janice15 said...

Mia, I have come across some old photographs that I found in the basement cleaning...My father once owned a Hauling Co...cleaning estates etc...I was wondering if you might like them...I could mail them to you. I don't know anything about them,but when I saw them I thought of you...Please let me know. I can't wait for an update and she the new photos that you bring...Janice @ spoonwither.blogspot.com...with love

Esther said...

Yay, I can't wait for your post!! That is such a pretty photo. :)

Blessings,
Esther

Sage Kaplan said...

I can't wait for your post. I wish you could post more regularly though. I am looking forward to reading it.

Shelley said...

Looking forward to your next post...blessings dear Mia.

Civil Folks said...

Hope y'all are well. You all need to drop by sometime soon.

Pam

Steven and Mandy McRae said...

I am happy I will be seeing a long post shortly. Have a blessed day. :)

Chaos Cottage said...

I love reading your posts even though they are few and far between. I have you listed on my blog as a favorite so when I see that you have a new post is puts a smile on my face. Bless you sister.

Stephanie Ann said...

It's good to hear from you. Can't wait for the next post!

Karen Bates said...

That photo is stunning and worthy of being published! Just gorgeous and I look forward to more.

Hijabi Homemaker said...

I look forward to next week! :)

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Hi Mia! I have been following you for some time now and I have really enjoyed my visits. You are an exceptional photographer and I look forward to reading more.
~Clara

Country Mouse said...

Mia, I love that photo and it reminds me - I have a very practical question for you (and any other ladies). For those who like to wear long skirts, and also work in a garden or yard, which frequently requires kneeling, how on earth does one keep her skirts clean? Do y'all tuck the skirts up above the knee or wear aprons thick enough to keep the moisture from soaking through? I stained a dress today pulling weeds and I've about had it!

Donna said...

Can't wait, Mia! I look forward to each post as a letter from a dear friend! God bless

-Donna

Brittany said...

I am looking forward to another inspiring post from you sweet Mia. Your blog carries a grace that I can only hope to reach on my own. You photos are always so stunning. God bless.

Hope said...

Hello,

I hopped over here from Goose Hill Farm. I scrolled down looking over your photos – my they are lovely!

~Hope

Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website said...

Looking forward to your new updates, Mia! I do have a question...I do not recall ever seeing this mentioned on your blog...I am wondering what your father's mainstay of employment is to provide the income your family uses to sustain/maintain/and provide for temporal needs.
As always, thanks for sharing these glimpses into your family's wonderful Christian JOY!

Kennesa said...

Hi Dearest Mia!
What a beautiful photo! Thanks for updating, and I'm looking forward to next week!
Blessings
Kennesa

Anonymous said...

I've just bookmarked this blog and placed it into my Inspiration folder for several reasons:

1) It speaks to my ongoing appreciation and search for simplicity in all areas of life.

2) It also speaks to my love of and appreciation for history. Too many people seem to think the world began when they were born!

3) I get so tired of the dysfunctional images of our people (African-Americans) that are often presented in the media as normal. Most of us are average tax-paying hardworking citizens just like everybody else. Your blog demonstrates that we too have the ability to choose how we want to live...and to act on those choices.

4) I love your photography. :)

5) I hope to read about your marriage someday and your continuing to raise your family in this simple and gracious way.

Thank you so much for sharing your life with us. I too would love it if you posted more frequently but I understand why you don't... :)

Jennifer said...

Woohoo! I have really missed you, Mia! I look for a new post from you, EVERY day, and I get so excited when there is one. Looking forward to hearing from you next week. Love to you and your family!

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Stephanie said...

I am always so anxious to see the latest blog post from you, Mia. I can't wait to see what is in store this time!

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-Stephanie

Mia said...

Hello everyone :)
I'm workling on a post now, thanks for your sweet comments and encouragement!

Blessings,
-Mia

Olivia said...

Just wanted to say that I've really enjoyed reading your blog. It's so nice to come across people who have similar belives :)

Thanks!

Olivia x