A haiku captures the bare essence and beauty of  a poet’s intenthaiku homestead is a lifestyle blog about home and hearth minus all of the fluff.  Its about living lightly with intention, purpose, and joy.  Its a yearning for poetry in motion in normal, regular everyday life.

Thanks for popping in.  I’m glad you’re here!









5 thoughts on “About

  1. Great “about” page! I’m also a coffee lover and live in the south, but am from Kansas City. 🙂 We have good soil, though we have gardened in clay before. 😐
    I’m a retired homeschool mom, trying to share a bit of research I did yesterday, about snow hurricanes. I found a small window of amazing history and just thought I’d go around the hs blog world and see if anyone wants or needs a bit of amazement in their hs day. So here it is:


    If you like it, help yourself. Just copypaste, if you want, and share it with your other homeschool friends, please.

    Have a great day, tough gal. 🙂

    1. Katharine, this sounds fabulous! We especially are fascinated by the weather since my husband is a meteorologist. I’ll repost your link soon! I always appreciate input and encouragement from you experienced homeschooling mamas. You give me hope 🙂

      1. Ah! There’s lotsa hope! Your WORST day is better than the best day at a ps, just because of what your children will NOT be learning. 😉

        Glad you liked this. Have fun with it.

        Wow! A weaterman! If he has old stats that would add to my post, could you send me them? Thanks! 🙂

  2. Hi Kim,
    Love your pretty site and so appreciated your commentary on the “about” page. Like you, I’m keen on the notion of slow parenting. A few years back my friend and I created Little Stars Bedtime Cards to help parents end the day with their toddlers on a good note. We seem to be of like minds so I just wanted to say hi and I look forward to reading your posts.

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