When I visit Rachel Turiel’s beautiful blog, 6512 and Growing, I never know if I will laugh or cry (or both) but I always know that I will be moved deep within my soul.
Rachel’s gorgeous words and photos inspire me to keep writing, to keep moving forward towards my homesteading dreams, and to remember to put all the project lists aside and savor the sweet and tender moments with my children.
In this show, Rachel and I talk homeschooling, homesteading and hunting. (And road kill, of course.) We also talk overwhelm, small spaces, the early years of parenting and why it is so important to have time away from our children.
This show was recorded in February, 2012 and is about 45 minutes long.
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Rachel Turiel is a mother, wife, freelance-writer, yogurt-maker, roadkill-eater, garden-grower, homestead-tender. She is a regular contributor to Edible San Juan Mountains, NPR “Earth Notes,” The Durango Herald and Mamalode. Her work has been published in Literary Mama, Mountain Gazette, Inside/Outside Southwest, Rhythm of the Home, Bugle Magazine, Traditional Bowhunter, Joy Magazine, The Durango Telegraph, and in the book “A New Plateau,” and more. She writes a biweekly column on parenting in the Durango Herald, blogs at 6512 and Growing and also teaches writing classes.
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