So starting from scratch and to cut a long
flower story short, on this blog, you’ll read simple little stories of our life. Because years ago, when I realised the importance of simple things. The healing began. God heals my soul through frequent confession and my gut through gluten & sugar free living.
I’ll be posting about these lifestyle changes and other blessings in my life. How I embrace grey hair, Catholicism and homeschooling. What it’s like to be a mum of a toddler who wrecks our house, but has blessed our lives. Not to mention, living with kids in university. I’m trying to live the little things.
Though my grandmother died when she was a young mum. She has always been present in my life. I’ve out lived her, as has my favourite father, his sister and her grandchildren. Her stomach and bowel issues claimed her life. However, I have prayed to her forever and I believe that God has helped me through her intercession. Grandmothers know best!
Apart from getting married and having children, the next best thing I did in life was going gluten free and cutting out refined sugar. I recently purchased the book by Sarah Wilson ‘simplicious’ from target. This is what inspired me to start a fresh blog on all my musings. Thanks Sarah!
Some of the content I knew, however, I love how it felt like home to me. I was familiar with certain aspects through my qualifications in business catering. Also because my favourite mother, brought us up with a very mindful manner not just in faith, but with an alternative and wholelistic point of view when it came to health. (You will spot my parents who shall be named Darby & Joan commenting from time to time on this little blog of my musings, because they are my greatest supporters 😊😘) However, the greatest thing I love about this book is the fact that it inspired me not to waste. Don’t waste time, don’t waste money, don’t waste good food!
So this is where it begins, with all things that matter to me. God first!
Bullet proof coffee second! 😉 My marriage second, my children, their souls and their education, what we eat, my friends, my garden, my books and all the kombucha & coffee we can make together.
You can follow me on Instagram @leahshouse where I love snapping at my kids, I mean photos of what I’ve had for breakfast and the only two spells I like, ones of a floral kind and teaching my kids how to. I also love to ramble about my book finds @leahslittlewords.
I like to pray for my friends including you and ask if you could spare one in return. For now I hope you can catch this batch of fermented blessings I’m throwing your way from my little house to yours.
God loves ya!