The main purpose for this blog was originally and continues to be to encourage reluctant wives and girlfriends of hunters to embrace and share the passion that their loved ones have for a lifestyle that is unlike any other. I’ve attempted to do this by chronicling my experiences, both humorous and horrific, as well as providing recipes and tips that will be useful at the hunting camp and at home.
The reason I’m bringing this up now is that I tend to get off track and, recently, I’ve wandered off completely. So I guess the first paragraph was a reaffirmation of sorts. Whenever I’m with friends and family or being introduced to someone new, it often comes up in conversation that I’m “The Deerslayer’s Wife”, that I have “this blog” that’s about wild game recipes, etc. While I love talking about it, (and once I get started, it’s hard to shut me up) I’ve become remiss in my writings. I love being “The Deerslayer’s Wife” but have fallen down in my responsibilities. I’m still passionate about sharing my experiences in an attempt to encourage others to “join the sisterhood”. I’m constantly jotting down recipes and tips that would make hunting camp just a little bit easier to conquer for someone who is new to the game.
My plan is to be a little bit more disciplined, to actually take the photos of the great wild game dishes and ingredients, write down the tips and musings, and share the beautiful surroundings that are part of the everyday life of a Deerslayer’s Wife.
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You are a wonderful & courageous woman to be able to bare your soul to people you’ve never met. If only more women AND men would be so honest. We love you and appreciate your work for us. Please continue to “be yourself”.
Robert, thank you for your encouragement and your kind words. Comments like yours really keep me going!
Howdy Mrs Deerslayer! Good to see your post here and that the passion still burns somewhere down deep in your soul. I think the remiss writings thing is a very common stage in pert near every bloggers career. And motivation can be a fickle critter some days indeed. At any rate, it’s always treat when one of your posts pop up, and I marvel how such always bends my face into a smile. Your good times, Mrs Deerslayer! Good times.
Blessings to you and the Mr.
Now let’s cook!
Bless your heart (as we say here in Texas)!