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The first animals on our farm: Buff Orpington chickens!

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Ran into sellers who found these square cut antique nails during a renovation and repurposed them as plant hangers in their kitchen. We live in such an incredible historic area with so many beautiful antique homes. Love seeing folks appreciate these small details and turn them into accent pieces in their homes newengland maine nh realestate seacoastrealestate portsmouthnh eliotme

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2 weeks ago

Found this in the barn and always thought it was the original number of the houseturns out a bed and breakfast at 999 use to be 379THEREFORE 890 use to be 336 (they are on the left side of the street and we are on the right)

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1871 barn holding on in the snow

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3 weeks ago

Here we go

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1 month ago

ART SHOW (Part 3) Exploring Justice Through Beauty AFROFUTURISM February 22 – May 5, 2019 Green Acre | A Baha'i Center of Learning . “This art show is an exploration of a vision of the future in which people of the African diaspora not only have a place in, but are synonymous with, the progress and advancement of the human race.” Afrofuturism GreenAcre Bahai EliotME Art Justice Beauty GABS Fujifilm X100F BlackHistoryMonth

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ART SHOW (Part 2) Exploring Justice Through Beauty AFROFUTURISM February 22 – May 5, 2019 Green Acre | A Baha'i Center of Learning . “This art show is an exploration of a vision of the future in which people of the African diaspora not only have a place in, but are synonymous with, the progress and advancement of the human race.” Afrofuturism GreenAcre Bahai EliotME Art Justice Beauty GABS Fujifilm X100F BlackHistoryMonth

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ART SHOW (Part 1) Exploring Justice Through Beauty AFROFUTURISM February 22 – May 5, 2019 Green Acre | A Baha'i Center of Learning . “This art show is an exploration of a vision of the future in which people of the African diaspora not only have a place in, but are synonymous with, the progress and advancement of the human race.” Afrofuturism GreenAcre Bahai EliotME Art Justice Beauty BlackHistoryMonth GABS Fujifilm X100F

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Met with a historian yesterday and they shared with us some photos from around our farm. history farming

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It's no secret that we LOVE working with nonprofits and one of the newest nonprofits who we have been helping spread their message is the Pinetree Institute in Eliot, Maine! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Their mission is "to promote a sustainable sense of health, prosperity, happiness and life-satisfaction in individuals, families and communities." What more could we want for our community than to help support an organization who wants to make our community a better place to live in for years and years to come?!??⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ localnonprofit nonprofitsupport communitylove portsmouthnh eliotme mainelife familysupport mentalandemotionalhealth childhoodmentalhealth makeourcommunitybetter smallbutmightybusiness nonprofitmarketing smallbusinessmarketing

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smallbatchwellness - love this post! reliefparenting strives to change the culture of parenting and help all parents get "the DEEP rest, actual CARE, REPAIR and BALANCE" they need and deserve 🤗😴🥰 Repost smallbatchwellness • • • • • My favorite quote that I hear is I wish I had known about you when I first had my baby. Ahhh yes, if we could grant this knowing to our precious selves what a gift. I also see a lot of Prepping for Baby offerings that dont really address the mother. It's about the baby that has come. 🤦‍ Sure there are some brushed by mentions of telling the mom to rest, wagging a self care finger at her, nap when the baby naps, and here is a freezer meal recipe (probably for baked ziti). 😶 While the intentions are good, aren't these things somewhat of an obvious cliche. This is NOT getting a mother the DEEP rest she needs, this isn't getting her actual CARE, it isn't creating REPAIR and BALANCE. 🍜 It quite simply isn't nourishing her. 🙄 And while I would never say it is too late to plan for a truly replenished postpartum while you are IN postpartum, planning ahead will undoubtedly be clearer, less stressful and more seamless. The time to CRAFT a postpartum care plan is during the 3rd Trimester. The fact that it is not atleast 50% of a PREPPING FOR BABY class is bullshit. This is exactly the CHASM we fall in and how we are FAILING OUR MOTHERS newbornmother postpartumplanning mothernourishing smallbatchwellness createchange takebackpostpartum maternityleave newbaby 3rdtrimester 4thTrimester failingmothers postpartumsupport postpartumdoulas motheringprofessionals ittakesavillage manchesternh dovernh eliotme portlandme newburyport

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My favorite quote that I hear is I wish I had known about you when I first had my baby. Ahhh yes, if we could grant this knowing to our precious selves what a gift. I also see a lot of Prepping for Baby offerings that dont really address the mother. It's about the baby that has come. 🤦‍ Sure there are some brushed by mentions of telling the mom to rest, wagging a self care finger at her, nap when the baby naps, and here is a freezer meal recipe (probably for baked ziti). 😶 While the intentions are good, aren't these things somewhat of an obvious cliche. This is NOT getting a mother the DEEP rest she needs, this isn't getting her actual CARE, it isn't creating REPAIR and BALANCE. 🍜 It quite simply isn't nourishing her. 🙄 And while I would never say it is too late to plan for a truly replenished postpartum while you are IN postpartum, planning ahead will undoubtedly be clearer, less stressful and more seamless. The time to CRAFT a postpartum care plan is during the 3rd Trimester. The fact that it is not atleast 50% of a PREPPING FOR BABY class is bullshit. This is exactly the CHASM we fall in and how we are FAILING OUR MOTHERS newbornmother postpartumplanning mothernourishing smallbatchwellness createchange takebackpostpartum maternityleave newbaby 3rdtrimester 4thTrimester failingmothers postpartumsupport postpartumdoulas motheringprofessionals ittakesavillage manchesternh dovernh eliotme portlandme newburyport

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Medical / Professional Office Space: This office condo consists of 3,600 SQFT and has reception, exam rooms, offices, break room, administrative areas and three restrooms, and is only two miles to I-95 in Kittery. 17 Levesque Drive, Unit 3, Eliot | $495,000 Contact Peter Billipp for more info: 603.661.6163 remaxshoreline shorelineagents remax listing justlisted officeforsale commercialspace commercialrealestate medicaloffice maine eliotmaine eliotme mainerealestate newengland newenglandrealestate

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2 months ago

We are moving a bit slow around here. We are fully entombed in winter and all of its beauty and harshness. This stretch of time is hard on many with the short days, below zero real feel - we are depleted - we are taxed - we are struggling to stay warm. Many of us have a hard time moving our bodies and feeling connected as we do the human version of hibernate. ⠀ .⠀ This is the time we need to care for ourselves the most. Right now. We need to take great care with our precious selves. Whether we are a parent or not, taking the extra steps to be diligent about taking all the small steps that lead us to feel health, be connected and be present. ⠀ .⠀ This looks different for everybody but however it looks to you, here is the reminder you needed. Take great care of yourself NOW. Our best nurturing of others happens when we nurture and nourish ourselves. ⠀ .⠀ "If you get tired, learn to rest, not quit" Banksy⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ nourished nourishedandnurture banksy smallbatchwellness seacoastliving seacoastmamas healingmedicine healingarts motheringarts holisticnutrition holistichealth postpartumjourney maternityleave newbaby motheringthemother postpartumnutrition kitterymaine portsmouthnh eliotme mainemama

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Broccoli Cauliflower Soup made with Bone Broth & topped with sage crisped in ghee, hemp seed oil and hemp seeds. Sooooo yummy and seasonally appropriate. 🍽 Recipe will be ontheblog soon! 🥣 Warming, easily digestible foods are a cornerstone of postpartum healing. Avoiding cold and raw foods is also another pillar of holistic postpartum care. Contrary to recommendations by some, eating foods like smoothies and salads should be avoided particularly in the first two weeks but ideally for the entire Fourth Trimester. Although nutrient-dense, cold and raw is very harsh on a digestion that is starting over as with a new mother. These are scientific facts. We hinder healing and do a disservice to our mamas when we recommend these types of foods. There are plenty of alternatives that hit the spot and heal healingarts healingfoods motheringarts motheringthemother postpartumhealth postpartumnutrition postpartumnutritionist holisticnutrition holistichealth maine seacoastmamas eliotme kittery york ayurveda pacifyvata inhomecook privatecook smallbatchwellness hempseed ghee

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Just 1.5 miles to I-95 means easy access to Portsmouth and all points North and South! Located between Bolt Hill and Beech Roads, this is a high-visibility building with excellent signage — great location for contractor or any type of small business. The lot features well and septic, wood frame and exterior, and asphalt shingles with ice melting wiring system installed. 43 Harold L Dow Highway, Eliot | $425,000 2,600 + SQFT | .5 Acres Contact Peter Billipp for more info: 603.661.6163 remaxshoreline shorelineagents remax listing justlisted commercialproperty maine mainerealestate eliotmaine eliotme commercialrealestate newengland newenglandrealestate

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