Lately, I have been so busy with the upcoming "wedding season" that I have been lacking on the social media side of my business, well even though this isn't as thought out as normal, here's a peek at The Little Sodus Farm.
In the summer I put together "orders" for neighbors, family, and friends of eggs, fruits and veggies, herbs and of course bouquets of flowers!
Since I was a little girl, I have always liked antiques. My parents would go "antiquing" after church on Sundays. It's still very apart of me today and my style.
I swear, she's not allowed on the furniture.
Cool little trick, if you buy herbs from the grocery store, place them in a jar with water to keep them longer. Green onions will regrow in water three times before dying.
"What's Cookin' ". Every Sunday afternoon I make out my meal plan for the week. I got this print out from Elephantshoe Blog. If I don't do this for the week, I am lost!
Isn't this the scariest thing you have ever seen!
Having chickens is hard, but very rewarding. Daily we have to check the coop for eggs, feed and water them. These little monsters eat so much! Also give them kitchen scraps whenever possible.
Once spring comes along, we start preparing for the next winter by chopping and drying wood to burn to heat our little home.
Well there's a small look at The Little Sodus Farm. Hope you all have a beautiful day!
I'm Kelsey Lee, a 24 year old Michigander, business owner, and lover of all things floral. The Sodus Blossom is my floral design co. that I have started from the ground up. Please feel free to leave a comment & follow along as The Sodus Blossom blooms and grows into something wonderful!