Beginnings – Food as Medicine + Home & Health & Faith

Beginnings…. Food as Medicine + Home & Health & Faith


We all have to start somewhere on our road to healing our bodies and homes to bring health and vitality to all areas.

I’ve been down this road more times than I care to even think about. How about you? You get all excited to jump right in and out of no where something causes you to stop dead in your tracks and just give up.

I’ve been a blogger for many years. I recently closed all the chapters of those days of trying to keep up with all the hours of commitment it required to move ahead and succeed. With shutting those doors behind me came great relief and contentment at this stage in my life. I closed down my blog “The Cedar Hill Chronicles, yet I still have a copy of every single post I ever wrote and all of my photos. I am soul author and owner of all photos and articles from “The Cedar Hill Chronicles”.

So, here I am back, yet still very content with the decision I made.  With a new blog title “Food as Medicine + Home & Health & Faith. Yet I will still be that writer from The Cedar Hill Chronicles located at Cedar Hill Acres (where I live). I missed the writing, so in time I will reintroduce some of my writings from my former blog with somewhat of a different direction and focus.

This is my new QUIET place at a much slower pace to share my journey with  nutritious foods that heal, energize and give us daily strength.  Share the researching I learn and how I am applying it to myself. No time constraints to bog me down with deadlines for posts or the constant need to press out posts to keep up with everyone else in the blogging world.

So from in the kitchen to what lies beyond. Where healthy eating spills over into other areas in our lives. Natural remedies, cleaning aides, growing our own, supporting our local farmers and much much more. And sharing from time to time my hobbies and anything else that sparks my interest to share.

From the Weavings of my Home,

“Rural Living day by day and with each passing moment, as the seasons change so do the projects. But one thing stays constant and that is the LORD.”

Pamela @CedarHillAcres


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