Meet the Farm Lassie!

Hey y'all!

I'm known as the Farm Lassie, but you may call me Catherine if you choose :) 

I'm a young woman in my early 20s, just starting on my journey into adulthood.

When I'm not pursing my career of historic agriculture or chatting with my blogging buddies, I love to read, cook, bake, sew, knit, crochet, write fiction, play music and even draw occasionally. I love all things feminine but that doesn't stop me from loving the outdoors, riding horses, farming or marksmanship. 

Though I tend to be stubbornly independent little shield-maiden, I sure wouldn't mind if a handsome man (prince, Mountie, cowboy, I don't care) came riding up on a horse in conquest of my heart. 

I love to listen to Celtic, country, fantasy and musicals. My favorite music artists include Mattie and Tae, Peter and Evynne Hollens, Celtic Thunder, Celtic Woman, and Josh Turner. 

My bookshelves are full of historical and contemporary fiction, as well as a few fantasty books. Though, I'll pick up almost any clean book that I get my hands on. My favorite movies are also an mix of Marvel, period dramas, Catholic saint movies, Disney Princesses, and musicals. 

But first and foremost, I'm a Traditional Roman Catholic. 

What is a Traditional Roman Catholic? 

Well, to put it in simple terms, I'm a Catholic that is in love with the old traditions of the Roman Rite. I love the old Latin Mass, I still observe the "no meat on Fridays" rule, and I try to bring my Faith to the forefront of my life instead of in the background.

My personal motto is this:

Desciscendum et labore ad Deo

It is Latin for "Detach and work for God".  

I'm a firm believer in working hard to earn my daily bread. I'm also a major do-it-yourselfer, and love to exercise my creative juices. I look for innovative solutions before going to outside sources. This has a tendency to lead me to scrapes...or it leads to some really creative ideas.

Here on Frugally Fancy, I would like to explore topics such as the feminine vocation, the Catholic Faith and agriculture; as well as relating my adventures in modesty, cookery and general domesticity.

Old-fashionably yours,

Farm Lassie

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