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When I was 20 months old, my father passed and at 25 months, my younger sister came on board. My mother lived her whole life on a farm and did everything from scratch until it was time for me to come along. My fathers failing health made it impossible to continue working the farm so my parents rented out the land and moved to the city. That did not stop my mother to continue her farm ways. She passed on allot of her knowledge of how to make a dollar stretch and how to cook from scratch and so much more. Sadly, she passed at age 87 but not without passing on so much knowledge to me.
I just love your news letters and no matter how much you want to change or add to it, I will continue to view, read, etc. – especially the recipes and your stories of your family (love the duckies too).
Please keep up the fantastic work that you do; no matter what you do. Enjoy all of it and thank you so much for sharing.”
Who Runs This Site?
This site is not run by a bunch of marketing people who are posting about self-reliance and preparedness because it's become trendy. This is the way my family and I live every day, messes and all.
I (Laurie Neverman, shown in the photo below) started writing back in 2008, and it grew into what you see today. Along the way I roped in friends and family to help out, including my husband, August, my brother, Richard, and a couple of good friends, Amber and Deb.
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