Posted by Diane Tibert on May 14, 2013
Please, everyone share this post. We must wake up and realise what is happening to our food (our seed) before it is too late.
Posted by Diane Tibert on May 6, 2013
Posted by Diane Tibert on April 23, 2013
As many might know, I’m a garden fanatic. I’ve been gardening for decades, and my favourite job of all time was working at a large garden centre. If I ever get the chance to work in a place like that again or in a green house, I’ll skip all the way there.
I also enjoy history, genealogy, books, raising animals to generate my own food, baking, cooking, the outdoors and being self-sufficient.
With all these interests, there’s no surprise I need an outlet for it…so Maritime Homesteader Journal was born. The inspiration to create the mini magazine comes from the many searches I’ve done over the years to find information. Many times it was easy to find, but other times, it was like looking for that proverbial needle in the hay stack. Knowing hay like I do, I understand the comparison.
Posted by Diane Tibert on April 8, 2013
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 29, 2013
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 20, 2013
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 14, 2013
A new blog has entered blogland. Check it out.
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 12, 2013
lunes marzo 11, 2013
This blog—Diane Tibert, dreamer—doesn’t get updated as much as it used to. That doesn’t mean I’m not working behind the scenes, writing posts, reading, writing fiction and nonfiction or doing other things. It simply means this blog doesn’t get the attention it usually received, back when I was writing the marathon.
There was a time when I’d post two or three times a week to this blog, twice to my Roots to the Past blog and once each to Diane Lynn McGyver and Moon Meadow (the blog about my homestead).
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 11, 2013
Earlier this week a Canadian like no other died. The news surprised me; I hadn’t considered his final curtain, simply continued to listen to his music and sing along. I always thought Tom Connors, affectionately known at Stompin’ Tom, would be around forever, making Canadian music for all to enjoy.
I was wrong.
Posted by Diane Tibert on March 9, 2013