Welcome to our new Homeopathy for Mommies blog! We are very excited for this addition to our new Homeopathy for Mommies website.  I hope to share with you some wonderful stories and helpful information to help guide and inspire you on your journey in Homeopathy and Natural Health.  As we begin this sharing, I thought that it might be fun to give you a little background about myself.

I’m Sue Meyer, 54 yrs., young now! Ha, ha, so you can see that age really is not an important issue in my world.  I feel good, sometimes tired; but I think that has to do with the super good looking husband of 35 yrs., the 11 children that we had together, our 7 in-law children, our beautiful 27 grand-babes….our new business, The Outpost Mercantile, my radio podcast show, Homeopathy for Mommies and the fact that I miss visiting with my parents since we’ve moved!

Yes, I’m busy, but quite honestly, I wouldn’t have it any other way…busy hands will keep you out of trouble and usually on the straight and narrow!

My husband and I were both born and raised on the Farm; He came from Northern Iowa, I from central Michigan. Hard work and great fun was definitely a huge part of my upbringing….I think that my husband worked harder than I, but we both learned how to work in the garden, raise and care for farm animals, milk cows, compost manure (in other words how to clean the barn!).  We learned everything from the dishes and laundry in the house to feeding calves and baling hay in the field….all farm kids learn this stuff…because it’s the way of life. Unfortunately today, very few kids have this well rounded lifestyle and they’re expected to learn it in a book without any actual “hands on” training.

I’m telling you all this, because I think that it’s really important to understand that we were formed. Children are formed, taught, nurtured into the people that they become as adults.

I was taught the value of growing and cooking your own food, the importance of a proper, well rounded diet, and the necessity of cleanliness of mind, body and spirit. That making my bed was the first step to maturity and that if I couldn’t accomplish this small insignificant task, I would never be able to do anything worthwhile or lasting!

I’m boring you to death with all this because as we get to know each other better through this blog, I want you to understand where I come from.

Life is important to me. Every person that I meet is important to me, because they are important to God. And I love to help others learn how to be healthy and encourage Joy! Each day is new, and each day we should always choose Joy!

So this is my story in a Nutshell. Not really special, but very solid, and I am so excited to share with you many stories and very basic life lessons and information!