8/7/13

A Brief but Necessary Update

Living the Rustic Life blog is neither dead nor forgotten. Our readers are so important to us and the emails we receive regularly from them, despite not having posted in months, means a great deal to us.

As we've mentioned before, we are preparing for marriage. This entails all the usual planning and stresses that most people are familiar with, but perhaps these are even more amplified when one tries to plan a future that runs against the grain of modern society.

As such, our blogging time has given way to house showings, pre-Cana classes, and more than a few evenings tinkering with financial spreadsheets.

So to our readers, we beg, hang in there. We will strive to post as much as we can before, but after the wedding, big things are planned. We hope to move to our own website (in fact, we already own it), and start sharing our journey as Kristin and I dig into the Rustic Life.

Until then, keep fighting the good fight!

2 Comments:

At August 7, 2013 at 11:49 AM , Blogger Hartland Homestead said...

Looking forward to hearing more from you guys; keep up the good work. :)

 
At August 9, 2013 at 11:55 PM , Blogger Sharon Collins said...

I understand. Please get everything working. An update every six weeks or so might be nice. Nothing on the honeymoon, though. Best of luck to you. Wedding preparations were what I was doing 18 yr ago this weekend. My oldest daughter married & I was a crazy, hot mess. She was all calm. I had good help, but this was before the blogs really took off & where I lived the internet wss nothing like it is currently.

Enjoy! Congratulations.

 

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Living the Rustic Life: A Brief but Necessary Update

A Brief but Necessary Update

Living the Rustic Life blog is neither dead nor forgotten. Our readers are so important to us and the emails we receive regularly from them, despite not having posted in months, means a great deal to us.

As we've mentioned before, we are preparing for marriage. This entails all the usual planning and stresses that most people are familiar with, but perhaps these are even more amplified when one tries to plan a future that runs against the grain of modern society.

As such, our blogging time has given way to house showings, pre-Cana classes, and more than a few evenings tinkering with financial spreadsheets.

So to our readers, we beg, hang in there. We will strive to post as much as we can before, but after the wedding, big things are planned. We hope to move to our own website (in fact, we already own it), and start sharing our journey as Kristin and I dig into the Rustic Life.

Until then, keep fighting the good fight!