Meet Meagan from A Seasonal Abode
Finding truth, beauty and goodness in simple daily life as a wife, mother and homemaker.
Hi! I’m Meagan
We live on this earth only once and its the tiny moments in life that one day turn into a lifetime. I want to live my life in light of eternity and share the truth and beauty of a life that can only be found in Jesus. My life is ordinary, my title has no credentials; I’m just a regular wife and mother who longs to shine the light of the Lord into every area of my life.
There are hard days as a wife and mother. Homemaking can be mundane, homesteading is a lot of work. Sometimes I ask myself if my house will ever stay organized or clean. We all have thoughts of insecurity. But, when I take those thoughts in prayer to God; I am encouraged to trust, press on and live life with joy.
I want my home to be a welcoming place, not only for my family but for any discouraged traveler along life’s journey who needs a warm cup of tea and a listening ear. Our house is not perfect, always clean or neat. My garden has weeds and my homestead is just beginning. But despite all the downs, I love this hard journey. It is so rewarding and I would love if you would follow along as I daily attempt to turn my home into a seasonal abode.
I grew up as a country girl. After seven years of living in the city the Lord opened the door for my husband Brad and I to move to the country. We bought a 1960s colonial style house with over 40 acres.
Since then have embraced simple living while renovating our house, planting gardens and raising our children.
I love vintage out of print books, growing my own food, and learning new ways to become more sustainable. I’m a huge fan of my essential oils as I’ve personally experienced the gift of healing the Lord has given us through them.
Follow along with us as we pursue a quiet life of gardening, home decorating and homesteading on Youtube
FUN FACTS ABOUT ME:
I would love to get a highland cow someday.
It’s been three years since I started designing my kitchen garden!
I grew up in the country and spent much of my childhood days outdoors with my siblings and cousins on my family’s rose farm.
My grandparents had a fruit farm with a creek running through it where I spent many days picking wild berries, wading bare foot in the creek, learning how to preserve through canning and cook delicious meals with simple ingredients.
I love copper pots, oil paintings, ironstone from England, out of print books and thrifting. My antique stash is growing and my husband asks if I plan on keeping them all or selling them…
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